Car Accident Injuries
Seeking Justice for Your Pain & Suffering
If you have suffered injuries in a car accident, you could face severe chronic pain and partial or full disability. Your life may never be the same again. As soon as possible after the accident, you should contact Klemick and Gampel, P.A. for a consultation with a Miami personal injury lawyer from our team. We will review the circumstances of your accident to determine whether the other driver may be held accountable for your injuries. If it can be proven that you were injured by another person’s negligence, we will help you pursue compensation. We will do everything in our power to achieve the best possible outcome for every client and retain the full amount of payment that they deserve.
Many car accident victims receive injuries which are not initially diagnosed. Even if you didn’t suffer broken bones or a concussion, you may have received a spinal cord injury which does not manifest for hours or days after the accident. The spinal cord is highly susceptible to injury in a car accident, as the victim’s body is immobilized by the seat and the restraint, while the neck and head are free to whip front-to-back or side-to-side. When the injury develops symptoms, the victim may experience severe pain, restricted range of motion and chronic headaches.
Car Accident injuries and Whiplash
Whiplash is a commonly sustained by car accident victims. Although not life threatening, it can be extremely painful and require medical attention. Generally speaking, whiplash occurs when a motorist’s or passenger’s head is thrown quickly forward and then forced backwards during an auto accident. Sever cases of whiplash may result in partial disability. However, most people who suffer this type of injury recovery quickly.
Whiplash is symptomized by neck pain, headaches, shoulder pain, stiffness in the neck, stiffness in the shoulders, dizziness, fatigue, jaw pain, arm pain, weakness in the arm/shoulder, back pain and ringing in the victim’s ears. If you suspect that you suffered whiplash in a car accident, contact your doctor as soon as possible. Your doctor will be able to conduct an examination or test to determine whether or not you need further medical treatment. Sometimes, whiplash is diagnosed through x-rays or MRIs.
Injuries in Miami Car Accidents: How a Miami Car Accident Attorney can Help
We believe that you should not be forced to pay the price if another person is responsible for your injuries. The victims of spinal cord injuries causing paraplegia or quadriplegia, traumatic brain injuries, broken bones, or other catastrophic injuries often face considerable financial challenges. You may have enormous bills for emergency medical treatment and hospitalization, and you may require extensive rehabilitative care. We will pursue full compensation for the costs of your treatment, as well as for your lost income and the pain and suffering which you have experienced and may continue to undergo for months or years. If you want aggressive legal representation to help you recover compensation for your injuries, contact a Miami car accident injury attorney from our firm today.