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What Happens to Your Body in a Car Crash?

Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on May 18, 2015 in Auto Accident

Tennessee Auto Accident AttorneyAccording to data published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), motor vehicle accidents are one of the leading causes of death in the United States each year. 

The experienced legal team at Greg Coleman Law has dedicated their career to protecting the rights of injured individuals who have lost loved ones in accidents. We have won big settlements and obtained significant verdicts for clients. If you or a loved one has been injured by a negligent driver, call (865) 247-0080.

So, what really happens to your body during a collision with another automobile? Doctors have explained that when our body is jerked around, at lot is happening beneath the surface of our skin. 

Traumatic brain injuries are common after forceful car collisions. This is because the human body is not built to withstand strong blows to the head. Therefore, when car accident head injuries occur, they have the potential to damage a wide range of body parts. For instance, then the brain shifts inside of the head, bleeding may occur in the spaces surrounding the brain.

Being involved in a car accident is a traumatic experience. You need representation from someone who can properly interpret the law and effectively advocate your position and help you recover damages from your car accident. No matter how your accident happened, if you were injured due to someone else's negligent actions, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries and other damages. Every action we take is calculated to increase our chances of achieving your goal.

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With decades of experience representing personal injury victims in Knoxville and throughout the state of Tennessee, the team of attorneys at our firm have the experience and desire to fight for your MAXIMUM injury compensation.

Call (865) 247-0080 or use the Free Case Evaluation form. 

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