The types of injuries that result from car accidents are many. Some of them, like brain injuries, are more traumatic and debilitating, while others do not require intensive treatment. Most injuries are united in one aspect, though, and that is the monetary cost -- any time a victim requires medical care following a car accident there are going to be expenses involved.
A two car accident resulted in injuries for one man in Tennessee. The crash occurred when a vehicle entered the lane of another vehicle, causing one car to be pushed across a roadway and onto a sidewalk. One of the men was rushed to a nearby hospital where he was treated for injuries. The other declined medical attention. The investigation is ongoing and charges are pending.
Victims in car accidents involving multiple vehicles are thrown into a situation in which they are forced to bear the burden of many damages. Injuries can become long term problems, requiring intensive care and many consultations with medical professionals -- and that's just part of the damage. Accidents are often emotionally damaging, too, and victims sometimes suffer a variety of psychological difficulties following a traumatic accident.
The psychological and physical damages inflicted on victims may not ever be fully undone, but there is one form of damage in which victims can seek remedy for. The medical expenses that victims are burdened with following an accident can be quite damaging to one's finances. Thankfully, in cases where another driver displayed negligent behavior, victims are able to pursue compensation in court by filing a negligence claim against the driver suspected to be at fault.
Source: The Leaf Chronicle, "Two-car wreck in Clarksville early Sunday leaves one hospitalized," Dec. 9, 2013