Learn About Common Injuries and What to Do if You’re in a Car Accident


With features like airbags, seatbelts, and crash-avoidance systems; many argue that today’s motor vehicles are safer than ever. While in theory, this may be true, annually in the U.S. an alarming number of men, women and children continue to be injured and killed in motor vehicle crashes. And while we certainly hope that none of our friends and family become one of those statistics, there still remains a high chance that someone we know or love will be, and it’s helpful to have all necessary information when it comes to injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accidents.

The attorneys here at MGInjury lawyers want you to become well-versed in the type of injuries that occur and why they happen. And, in the event that you or someone you know does become injured, that you’re prepared to take the next step.

Millions Injured

Millions of people are injured in car accidents on our nation’s highway each year, and some of those injuries suffered are fatal. In some cases, injuries and deaths result when drivers and passengers fail to utilize important safety devices like seat belts. In other cases, safety devices like airbags may not deploy or be effective in preventing injury or death. It’s important that you and your passengers always put safety first when driving on the roadways. Even if you’re just going around the block for milk, use all safety features in your car.

Traumatic brain injuries are among the most serious and common of all injuries suffered in car accidents. Other painful and serious injuries that could come about from a car accident include injuries to a person’s back, neck or internal organs. These injuries are serious in nature and can result in permanent damage. Many times these types of injuries happen even when the car is traveling at a slow speed. 

Seek Medical Attention

Individuals who are involved in a traffic accident are advised to immediately see a doctor and undergo a thorough physical exam. Frequently, the seriousness of a car accident victim’s injuries may not surface right away, and it can be days or even weeks until the victim realizes how serious his injury is. To play it safe, a car accident victim should always seek medical attention so that, at the very least, you have your injury documented on record. You never know when you’re going to need to prove injury, and you want to ensure that you protect yourself in the event you decide to sue for compensation. 

If you’ve been injured in a car accident, please seek medical attention first, and then contact experienced personal injury lawyers. We are more than happy to assist you in ensuring you get the compensation you deserve. We will sit down with you in order to access your situation and help to determine what steps to take next. It’s never an easy process, we’ll admit. But, if you’ve been seriously injured, you deserve compensation for those injuries. Don’t hesitate to sit down and talk with us today.