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Serious car accident injuries can appear days after a crash

A person might not realize the extent of an injury after being in a car accident in West Virginia. Most people are familiar with whiplash injuries that might take hours or days to present symptoms after a wreck, but other serious conditions might be missed as well.

Lower back pain commonly develops after crashes too. An impact could damage a passenger's muscles, ligaments, nerves, and vertebrae. These types of injuries often occur in rear-end and side-impact collisions. Headaches that develop days later also frequently trouble accident victims. Many sources could cause the head pain, including whiplash. However, headaches could arise from bad concussions and even a blood clot in the brain. A traumatic brain injury is also a possibility. Motor vehicle accidents are the third most common cause of brain injuries, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Internal bleeding might not be detected for days. This life-threatening injury will present with abdominal swelling and bruising. Other indications of internal blood loss are dizziness and fainting. Someone with these symptoms needs to seek medical care immediately.

Feelings of shock and fogginess after a car accident sometimes prevent a person from noticing an injury until days later. An accident that was considered to be without serious consequences can then become a debilitating and costly experience. The victim might want to seek compensation for the damages that have been incurred. An examination of the police investigation report and other evidence by an attorney might reveal that another person's negligent driving led to the accident. An attorney could prepare the lawsuit and tally up damages attributed to the accident. Negotiations with an insurance company could be conducted by legal counsel, who could also represent the victim in court if a trial is necessary.

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