Types Of Auto Accident Injuries

The force, speed, and impact angle of a car accident can contribute to the types of injuries suffered by victims. No matter what sort of injury you suffered, Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys wants to help. First, we’ll listen to your story—from how your injury affects your finances to how your pain alters your daily life. Then we’ll fight for the compensation you need to cover the true costs of your car accident.

Our Oklahoma auto accident lawyers understand the effects auto accident injuries can have on your life, and we’re here to help you get the money you need to get better. Contact us 24/7 to get the aggressive legal representation you deserve—dial (877) 579-6800 or complete a free online form to get in touch with our team today.

3 Common Auto Accident Injuries

There are endless types of injuries that can result from car accidents. Some of the most common types of injuries include:

  1. Back and Neck Injuries
    Car accidents can jerk occupants’ bodies in different directions, causing painful back and neck injuries ranging from soft tissue strains to spinal disc damage. These injuries can affect range of motion in the back and neck, causing long-lasting pain.
  2. Broken Bones
    Fractures to victims’ arms, legs, and ribs can happen in sudden, hard impacts. Small, hairline fractures may go unnoticed until a doctor’s visit, while open fractures—where broken bones protrude through the skin—may require immediate surgery.
  3. Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs)
    Forceful contact with car doors, windows, and dashboards during a collision can cause concussions or severe TBIs that affect thinking, speaking, and even behavior.

From lost wages to stacks of medical bills, car accident injuries can have devastating effects on your finances. And if the accident wasn’t your fault, you shouldn’t have to worry about how to pay your bills while you recover. Our Oklahoma car accident lawyers will build a strong claim on your behalf so you have the best possible chance of getting maximum compensation for your accident-related expenses.