Some Injuries are Immediately Evident, Some are Hidden – Get Professional Advice Immediately
If you live in Florida and you drive in Florida you probably already know that insurance rates are very high here. One of the reasons insurance is so expensive is because there are a lot of crashes in Florida and therefor a lot of claims for injuries and damages that are paid out.
One statistic that is very alarming is the number of fatal crashes and also the number of deaths per 100,000 population. Very disturbing.
STATE POPULATION FATAL CRASHES DEATHS DEATHS PER 100,000 POPULATION
California 39,499,738 3,558 3,847 9.7
Texas 29,217,653 3,520 3,874 13.3
Florida 21,569,932 3,098 3,331 15.4
There are an average of 1100 crashes every day in Florida and many involve serious injuries to drivers, passenger, and pedestrians. Some of these injuries are serious and some are minor but many are not immediately diagnosed.
- Bone Fractures
- Internal Bleeding
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Knee and Ankle Injuries
Each of these injuries or conditions need to be carefully diagnosed and treated by a qualified physician immediately after a crash.
Whiplash is unique in that it is often hidden in that the victim may not feel any problems right away, in fact the associated pain may not manifest until sometime after the crash.
According to the Cleveland Clinic: “Whiplash is an injury that happens when sudden force or movement strains your neck and spine, damaging bone, muscle, ligaments and nerves. It’s most common in motor vehicle crashes, but can also happen for other reasons. It’s usually treatable and short-lived. However, some people experience chronic effects such as pain for months or even years.”
It’s very important that anyone involved in a motor vehicle crash get serious injuries treated immediately. It’s also important to make a call for legal assistance, even if you don’t feel you may be injured.
Since 1992 we have helped thousands of motor vehicle crash victims get compensation to pay for medical bills, time lost from work, pain & suffering, and damage to property. We would be happy to answer questions if you call us (7 Days a Week) at 954-356-0006