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Car accidents are the leading cause of spinal cord injuries

When a person's spinal cord is damaged, they may suffer from permanent injuries and changes in their ability to function. The injuries that will be suffered mainly depend on the particular part of the spinal cord that has been damaged. Sadly, the repair that can be done to a damaged spinal cord is limited, but a person can make significant progress through rehabilitation.

Car accidents are the leading cause of spinal cord injuries, and they result in people losing their quality of life as a result. If you have been injured in a car accident, you must seek medical attention immediately after because what may seem like a minor injury could be very serious. It is also important that you take action to get the compensation that you deserve if you have suffered spinal cord damage.

Medical bills should be covered by auto insurance

It's likely that you have needed to pay significant medical bills as the result of your spinal cord injury. These should always be covered by auto insurance after an investigation into the cause of the accident has been completed.

You must take into account future damages

Car accident victims with spinal cord injuries must make sure to evaluate the future costs of their injury. They may have to pay for medical bills and suffer from disability for years to come, and these damages should be accounted for when making a claim.

If you want to ensure that you receive all the damages that you are entitled to after suffering a spinal cord injury, you should consider making a personal injury claim.

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