Over our lifetimes, it is highly likely that we will be involved in a car accident at least once. Many of these collisions can be fatal; there is an average of at least one fatality every 12 minutes in the United States as the result of a car crash. However, there are millions more Americans who are involved in non-fatal car accidents each year–over five million annually. A significant portion of those non-fatal accidents will result in some level of personal injury to drivers and/or passengers in these vehicles, most commonly a brain or head injury. While some of these conditions and injuries can heal over a short period, there are many injuries with a high-risk of permanent damage.
If you have been injured in an auto collision, you know that this accident can have immediate and devastating effects Continue reading