September 13, 2011
If you’ve been in a car accident in Indianapolis, it’s likely your body will be riddled with soreness and tension for several days after. Don’t dismiss the weakness in your back as standard aches and pains, though. It’s possible that you may have seriously injured your back and perhaps even fractured one of the vertebrae in your spine, which may grant eligibility for an Indiana injury claim.
Symptoms of Fractured Vertebrae
The most obvious symptom for fractured vertebrae and other serious spine-related back injuries is severe pain or discomfort in the back that’s aggravated by movement.
You may suspect there’s spinal cord damage as well if you feel a numb or tingling feeling in your back or limbs, or if you experience muscle weakness or bladder/bowel dysfunction.
In some serious accidents, you may suffer a blow to the head or other injuries that distract you from the pain in your back, so it’s important that your doctor check you for back injuries even if you have other injuries that are equally severe.
When someone else causes a car accident in Indianapolis that left you with a serious spine injury, you can be compensated for your injuries, lost wages, and pain and suffering through an Indiana injury claim. Speak with your Indiana personal injury attorney who can answer your questions in a no-cost consultation.
A Helping Hand from an Indianapolis Accident Lawyer
When you have complications with your personal injury claim, an Indianapolis accident lawyer can help you to alleviate some of the stress and anxiety associated with filing a claim. In order to get back on track with your personal injury claim, download a copy of our FREE book, Consumer’s Guide for Injured Victims, and then contact a personal injury attorney at Hensley Legal Group for a no-cost consultation.