Soreness after a Car Accident

Don’t take any chances, if you are experiencing soreness in your neck, back, or other parts of your body after an Austin car wreck, see a medical professional immediately.

It is hard to know the extent of your injuries after a car accident without seeking the advice of a medical professional.  Many times, people involved in a car wreck feel soreness immediately after the collision, and they assume it will go away on its own.

Most people do not realize that injuries caused in a car wreck, even simple “whiplash injuries” are really muscle strains, or tears in your muscle tissue.  Very minor strains may go away within several weeks, but more severe strains can cause constant pain for months, and may result in a life-long disability.

Don’t take any chances, if you are experiencing soreness in your neck, back, or other parts of your body after an Austin car wreck, see a medical professional immediately.

Turn To Austin Car Accident and Injury Attorneys You Can Trust

Seeking medical attention immediately after the car wreck is important for your health, but why should you have to pay for the medical bills due to someone else’s negligence?  You shouldn’t.  We are highly skilled car accident litigators. Call our law firm at 888-353-3619 or 512-371-6101 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation.

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The Cagle Law Firm, P.C., provides individuals injured through someone else’s negligence personally tailored legal services. Learn about your legal rights and resources below. Call (888) 353-3619 for a free consultation.

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