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Suffering from Whiplash After a Car Accident?

When you are involved in a car accident, you typically have little control over how your body reacts to the sudden impact. Sometimes the crash could cause you to fall towards the door, against the seat, or forward. In any of these scenarios, the force could whip your head back and forth, or cause your neck muscles to tense and twist as your body moves. This type of neck injury is called "whiplash," and it can be extremely painful and long-lasting.

Are you experiencing whiplash that was caused by an auto accident? Call Simeone & Miller at (202) 888-0872 to find out if you are eligible for compensation. You may be entitled to compensation for your doctors’ visits, missed wages, and more. 

How These Soft Tissue Injuries Occur

Whiplash is a soft tissue injury that affects areas in the spine, neck and head. These injuries occur when the head is whipped back and forth abruptly, or suddenly jerked side to side. Because of the way these injuries are caused, they are extremely common in car accidents – especially in rear-end collisions. While whiplash is rarely fatal, it can lead to lasting and painful problems, especially when accident victims do not receive proper medical treatment.

Common Symptoms of Whiplash

If you didn’t sustain a visible injury in your accident, you may walk away and assume you’re fine. Unfortunately, that's not always the case. Whiplash, though sometimes difficult to detect, can lead to a wide range of symptoms that may not be immediately apparent. This is why you shouldn't wait to seek medical attention after an accident.

Symptoms to look for if you suspect a whiplash injury:

  • Pain or soreness in the neck, upper back and shoulder
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Ringing in the ears
  • Blurred vision
  • Pain between the shoulder blades

Severe instances of whiplash can even lead to mental and emotional damages, such as depression, sudden mood changes, anger, PTSD, anxiety, and insomnia. If you suspect a whiplash injury, see your doctor right away.

Get the Treatment & Compensation You Deserve

If you were involved in a car accident, it is important to seek medical attention as soon as possible – even if you think you're fine. If your doctor diagnoses you with whiplash, the first step is to reduce inflammation near the site of the injury. The injury may also require physical therapy or rotational exercises to keep it from progressing.

The treatments for whiplash injuries are typically noninvasive. Chiropractic adjustments and physical therapy can be extremely beneficial to the healing process. Although the injury itself can be remedied through treatment, it can cause long-lasting and even permanent neck and back problems, which can be both troublesome and painful.

Additionally, these doctors’ visits and physical therapy expenses can pile up quickly, especially if your injury has prevented you from working. This is why the Washington DC whiplash attorneys at Simeone & Miller, LLP are committed to helping clients like you recover the money they need for serious injuries, including whiplash.

If you were involved in a car accident and are now suffering from whiplash, make sure you know your options. Our firm can help you pursue the compensation you deserve. Contact us today at (202) 888-0872 to schedule your FREE, no-risk consultation.

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