Fatal injury in a car crash

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If you type in the phrase fatal injury in a car crash into your search box, you might find news of the 130-plus vehicle pile-up on the new Sheppey Crossing bridge on the A249. It was a scene of tangled metal, as reportedly cars continued to crash into the rear end of the vehicle in front for about ten minutes, as the fog was so thick that visibility was limited.

35 people needed hospital treatment and 200 more were treated for minor injuries at a nearby hospital. There will undoubtedly be large bills for insurance companies, with people claiming personal injury compensation for their injuries as well as claiming for damage to their vehicles.

Fatal injury in a car crash

If you wanted other information on an fatal injury in a car crash, then you may have wanted to find out how much compensation you might receive for an injury you sustained in a crash that was no fault of yours. If you have been the victim of an accident in the last three years, then you may be able to make a claim.

Common injuries in car crashes

Whiplash is probably the most common injury suffered in a car crash. This can be serious, with symptoms (including anxiety and depression) potentially lasting for years. Less serious cases of whiplash can be recovered from within weeks or months.

There are internal injuries, with damage to the spleen, lungs and liver, as well as fractured and cracked ribs. Back injuries are also common. Sometimes a driver or passenger suffers brain damage or damage to the spinal cord, which are catastrophic, life-changing injuries.

There is also the psychological trauma some people suffer after an accident; perhaps someone is no longer able to drive because of the fear of being involved on another accident. There might be persistent depression and anxiety, or it is possible to have post-traumatic stress after a serious car crash.

Accident Advice Helpline

If you have been researching online using the phrase injury in a car crash, then you may be thinking about making a personal injury compensation claim if you were the innocent victim of a crash and suffered an injury. You may need expert legal advice about how to proceed with a claim. If this is your case, then we suggest you contact us at Accident Advice Helpline without delay.

You can find out more about us if you visit the Accident Advice Helpline website, or you may decide to simply call us on one of our freephone numbers for advice. You can call us at any time, every day (or night) of the year. From a landline, call 0800 689 0500, or from a mobile, call 0333 500 0993. Why not call now for expert legal advice?

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