Question List for Motor Vehicle Accident
Your injuries from your motor vehicle accident are unique due to the facts of what happened. We understand how traumatic this experience can be to you.The result of any case depends upon a variety of factors unique to each case. There are statues and laws pertaining to the various aspects of a motor vehicle accident case. The more information you provide, the easier and quicker we can assess your case, get back to you and answer your important questions. Please take the time to fill in as much as possible in this online form. At the bottom of the form, the “evaluate my case” button is designed to send this information to us. Please fill in as much as possible in this form.
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It’s difficult to think that there are “common” injuries in a motor vehicle, however, different kinds of motor vehicle crashes tend to be more likely to cause certain kinds of injuries.
• Head-On Collisions – Head and brain injuries, back and spinal cord injuries, whiplash, soft tissue injuries, broken bones, lost limbs, and serious cuts.
• Rear-End Crashes – Neck and back injuries also are frequently seen in rear-end collisions.
• Side Impact Accidents/T-Bone Accidents – Head and brain injuries, neck injuries, back injuries, chest injuries, abdominal injuries, pelvic injuries, limb injuries, and soft tissue injuries.
• SUV Rollover Crashes – Broken bones, head injuries, spinal cord injuries, and soft tissue injuries are common in this type of accident.
• Commercial Vehicle and Truck Crashes – Catastrophic injuries to the head, broken bones, crushing injuries, spinal cord injuries, burns, or even exposure to hazardous chemicals.
• Fatal Crashes – Death or permanent dismemberment.
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