After a car crash, you may have significant arm or elbow pain. There are a few reasons for this. First, if you tensed or were holding onto the wheel, your arms were vectors for the force of the collision. Your joints may have absorbed some of the shock, but that also means that they may have been bruised or injured as a result.
Millions of people are involved in car crashes each year, and many of them end up with neck injuries as a result. While the most common neck injury may be whiplash, there are other injuries that could occur. Neck injuries such as slipped/ruptured discs, broken bones and even internal decapitations could happen.
It's shocking when a boating incident happens that causes injuries because they so rarely do. When someone is on a boat, they may have the water to themselves. They might not think about the potential for a fire or explosion.
Suffering from a brain injury can change your life quickly, leaving you with changes in your personality, memory problems, difficulty with sight or weakness or other issues. Traumatic brain injuries happen when your brain is bumped, jolted or otherwise suffers a blow that disrupts its normal activity.
When you fell in the local shopping mall after slipping on water dripping from a hole in the ceiling, you knew that you were hurt. You felt an unusual crack and pain in your upper back. You had a horrible headache that wouldn't go away and crippling pain.
The Fourth of July is just around the corner, and it's a day when many people find themselves faced with angry, anxious or upset dogs. This is the time of year when fireworks may be present throughout the night and when family members may be around a new dog for the first time.
Many people say that autonomous vehicles are the way of the future, and they believe that they'll make the roads completely safe. That isn't true, a new study has found, because there is still a potential for errors and unexpected hazards.
You were heading to a nice evening out with a date when another vehicle sideswiped yours. It was a forceful impact, since you'd both been traveling at around 50 mph. Fortunately, you were able to get out of your vehicle and didn't think you had hit your head or had any other major injury.
When you are involved in a car crash, one thing that could end up affecting you is chronic pain. Even though your injuries may have healed externally, the reality is that nerves can be damaged and end up causing you significant pain throughout your life.
When you fell at work, you knew that you did something to your neck. It didn't feel right, and you had significant pain.