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Car Accident Face Injuries

Car Accident Face Injuries Car accident face injuries are almost inevitable in any collision unless it's a very low speed 'fender bender'. Injuries are caused by impact, airbags, flying glass and other occupants not wearing seatbelts. Another common form of injury in a car accident is neck injuries. The most common type of neck injur...

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Texas Auto Accident Compensation

Texas Auto Accident Compensation In the state of Texas, the limitation period for most property damage and personal injury is two years. This means you have a maximum of two years to claim for Texas Auto Accident Compensation if your car accident occurred in the Lone Star State. Texas Auto Accident Statue of Limitations L...

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How Long Does a Rear End Collision Settlement Take

How Long Does a Rear End Collision Settlement Take Rear end car accidents are among the most common type of vehicle collisions in the United States. Data from the indicates that rear end car accidents accounted for 31.5% of all road traffic collisions last year. On average it takes around 3 months for a rear end collision settlement th...

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Facial Trauma in an Auto Accident

Facial Trauma in an Auto Accident Facial trauma in an auto accident, also known as maxillofacial trauma, are some of the most common injuries reported after a car accident in the United States. Studies by the have shown that more than half of those involved in a collision will face a facial trauma. The severity of facial injuries susta...

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Auto Accident Compensation For Broken Ribs

Auto Accident Compensation For Broken Ribs If you have suffered a chest injury in a car accident, you may be able to claim auto accident compensation for broken ribs. When it comes to rib damage, our Auto Accident Attorney network can help you claim compensation from your insurer or the other party, depending on who was at fault....

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PTSD Car Accident Compensation

PTSD Car Accident Compensation PTSD car accident compensation is on the rise in the USA as it becomes increasingly recognized as significant trauma. In 2019 15% of all auto accident compensation claims contained an element of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Due to the increased frequency and risks of harm associated with car accidents,...

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High Speed Rear End Collision Injuries

High Speed Rear End Collision Injuries During high speed rear end collision injuries at the moment of impact the head first snaps back, causing extreme trauma and soft tissue damage to the neck and shoulders as the force of the accident ricochets through the body at ultra high speed and force. The neck can snap in again when the vehi...

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