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FAQ

Can pain be delayed after a car accident?

It’s not unusual for injury-related pain after a car accident to be delayed. You may not be aware you have a serious injury until later. Below are some guidelines to help ensure that you get the compensation you need if car accident-related delayed pain doesn’t show up until days or even weeks after the incident.

What is a serious injury in an accident?

The law defines a serious injury as an injury that results in any of the following: death. significant disfigurement. dismemberment. a fracture.

What are the 3 impacts of a crash?

In a car accident, there are generally three areas in which impact causes damage: the vehicle, the individual’s body (external), and their organs (internal).

What is an example of a minor accident?

Minor auto accidents typically involve slight damage to the vehicle that does not impede the vehicle’s ability to operate or cause severe injuries. Examples of minor auto accidents may include: A slight fender bender. Busted headlight/ taillight.

What are the odds of having a motorcycle accident?

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, approximately 236 motorcycle crashes result in injuries every day in the United States. In general, the odds of getting into a motorcycle accident are 1 in 100. Although these odds are high, there are ways to prevent getting into a crash.

What is the major cause of motorcycle accidents?

Head-On Vehicle Collisions Most motorcycle accident fatalities are due to frontal collisions, or when two vehicles coming from opposite directions collide. These cases often involve cars or trucks crashing into motorcycles at intersections.

What state has the most motorcycle accidents?

Topping the list are Mississippi, Texas, South Carolina, Florida, and Arizona. Mississippi had the highest rate of fatalities, at 14.22 fatalities per 10,000 registered motorcycles. Arizona, however, had a substantially lower rate of 9.94 fatalities per 10,000 registered motorcycles.

What are the 4 types of motorcycle accidents?

There are four types of accidents that happen most frequently to motorcycle drivers: rear-end crashes, left-turn accidents, head-on collisions, and side impacts.

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