May 25, 2024


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Injuries Commonly Associated With Motor Vehicle Accidents

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Injuries Commonly Associated With Motor Vehicle Accidents

According to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, in 2007 there were 254.4 million registered highway-based motor vehicles in the United States. That means that there were approximately 8 vehicles for every 10 people in the nation. Given such a large pool of automobiles, car accidents are an unavoidable consequence. To lend some perspective regarding just how widespread the problem actually is, there were 6,024,000 motor vehicle crashes reported for the same year. Those accidents resulted in 2,491,000 injuries and 41,259 motorists, motorcyclists, pedestrians, bicyclists, and passengers tragically lost their lives in these wrecks.

The technological advancements and the development of new and improved safety features on the vehicles that have been manufactured in recent years have helped to save countless lives. Moreover, they have in many cases served to reduce the severity of the injuries sustained by a vehicle’s occupants. Despite these notable benefits, the complications of being involved in a car accident still have the potential to seriously disrupt someone’s life. There may be extensive medical needs, lost wages, and other adverse effects that far exceed the maximum policy value of the insurance held by the motorists in a collision.

Under these circumstances, if you have suffered as a result of another party’s negligence, it may be appropriate for you to consider filing a civil lawsuit. A successful legal action can help you to obtain financial compensation for damages that you have sustained at the hands of another.

Car Accident Victim Injuries

The potential for a car accident victim to sustain serious injuries is present even at low speeds. At the moment of impact, all of the energy from the car or cars involved is instantaneously redirected and a vehicle’s occupants may be subject to extreme force. The steering wheel, windshield, dashboard, and numerous other parts of a car might all inflict harm upon an individual despite their apparent harmlessness.

Depending upon the collision speed, angle of impact, and other factors, a car accident victim may suffer the following injuries:

Traumatic brain injuries

Spinal cord injuries

Fractured bones

Dental injuries

Severe contusions

Severe lacerations


Back and neck injuries

Wrist injuries


For Advice Regarding Your Situation

In the aftermath of a motor vehicle accident, it is important that you are properly informed about and aware of your legal rights. For the skilled and experienced legal advice that you need, contact the Sheboygan car accident lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C.

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