If you were involved in an auto accident where your vehicle was damaged or totaled, along with any injuries that you might have suffered, the loss of use of your vehicle has life-altering consequences. You need to get back on the road quickly to avoid suffering any further adverse consequences of the at-fault driver's negligence.
No one in Connecticut enjoys being sick. Sometimes our ailments are minor -- such as the common cold -- and simply staying at home and resting is enough to make us better. However, if we have an infection, a serious illness such as cancer or a serious injury such as head trauma, we need to turn to medical professionals for treatment.
Getting into a serious motor vehicle crash can cause catastrophic injuries. Almost everyone has heard horror stories about brain injuries or spinal cord injuries that left someone completely changed in the wake of a crash.
Those in Connecticut who have experienced whiplash can attest to just how painful and debilitating this injury can be. Whiplash takes place when a person's head is jolted back and forth, causing the tendons in their neck to stretch and tear. Motor vehicle accidents, falls, contact sports accidents, bicycle accidents and blows to the head are common causes of whiplash.