VEHICLE ACCIDENTS

Auto Accident Lawyer Los Angeles

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Millions of people are injured in car accidents every year in the United States and California has one of the highest statistics. Accidents in general are caused by a number of factors, including inexperienced drivers, reckless driving, speeding, intoxicated drivers, and distracted drivers with their cell phones. Sometimes these accidents occur as a result of negligent drivers.

Car accident victims may be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering, medical expenses, loss of income, and more. If you have been injured in a car accident, don’t hesitate to seek legal representation from one of our experienced personal injury attorneys.

INJURIES CAUSED BY CAR ACCIDENTS THAT ARE IMPORTANT TO DISCUSS WITH ONE OF OUR PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEYS

Back Injuries
Back injuries can range in severity from minor soft tissue injuries to severe spinal cord damage. If you damage your spinal cord during a car accident, you may start to feel pain or lose control over certain parts of your body. Some spinal cord injuries are so severe that they cause weakness or complete loss of muscle function and loss of sensation in the body below the level of injury, loss of control of the bowels and bladder, and loss of normal sexual function.

Soft Tissue Injuries
Sometimes called “whiplash”, any damage to muscles, ligaments, and tendons is often referred to as a soft tissue injury. There are many different types of soft tissue injuries. Whiplash occurs when muscles and ligaments in the neck are stretched too far due to the sudden impact of a car accident. It affects the neck, head, and upper back, and can cause severe pain.

Head Injuries
The impact of the collision could cause your head to bump into the window, steering wheel or even the dashboard. As a result, passengers may suffer from concussions, traumatic brain injuries, or skull fractures.

Physical symptoms

  • Loss of consciousness for a few seconds to a few minutes
  • No loss of consciousness, but a state of being dazed, confused or disoriented
  • Headache
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Fatigue or drowsiness
  • Problems with speech
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Sleeping more than usual
  • Dizziness or loss of balance