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A person’s head is one of the most vulnerable parts of the body that can be injured during an auto accident. Symptoms of a head injury may be subtle. Headaches and dizziness after an auto accident can be signs of a more serious head injury...Learn More
Whiplash describes neck pain that occurs as a result of an auto accident. This happens when the body is jerked a certain way. Whiplash is the result from almost any auto accident, including on a motorcycle, a car, a go-kart, and even a golf cart...Learn More
The shoulders and upper back contain several muscles, ligaments, nerves, arteries, and bones that can cause an abundance of pain when injured from an auto accident, and they can be a major factor in disrupting daily activities...Learn More
An auto accident may produce lower back pain, depending on the angle in which the vehicle was struck by another car. In severe auto accidents, lower back pain may be caused by sore or sprain muscles in the lumbago area of the back...Learn More
Hip and leg pain after an auto accident are often caused by back injuries. Because the hip is a ball and socket joint, there are many different types of soft tissues and nerves that travel through the hip area to connect the spine with the lower half of the body...Learn More
Knee and ankle injuries are common in head-on collisions or auto accidents in which the frontend of the car is severely damaged. Both knee and ankle injuries can lead to lengthy treatment in order to regain mobility and avoid eventual arthritis...Learn More