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Facial Injuries from an Albuquerque Trucking Collision

Significant Disfigurement and Facial Injuries Caused by an Albuquerque Trucking Collision

When comparing the massive size and weight of commercial trucking vehicles with the average American household's car, it is no surprise that there are devastating consequences when the two are involved in a crash. When factoring in faster speed such as on I-40, I-10, and I-25, the injury may become catastrophic. This can change one's quality of life within mere seconds. Two of the most serious types of injuries that may occur in a crash with an 18 wheeler are those that affect the face and eyes. Facial injuries from an Albuquerque trucking collision typically occur when the smaller car takes on the full force of impact, causing its driver's face to hit an object within the car, such as the steering wheel or dashboard. If you have suffered facial injuries as the result of a trucking wreck, contact an Albuquerque trucking collision lawyer to learn about the legal process and your potential claim.

Forms of Facial Injuries from Albuquerque Trucking Crashes

Motor vehicle accidents, particularly trucking crashes, are one of the leading causes of facial injuries in the United States. This is because the face is a particularly vulnerable part of the body, with an increased likelihood of long term or permanent facial disfigurement. These injuries will generally affect more than just one's personal appearance. Depending on the severity of the injury, a victim may lose or severely damage their senses, and will oftentimes experience extensive emotional trauma.

Common facial injury symptoms our Albuquerque facial injury lawyers have encountered in clients include the following:

  • Fractures and broken bones: The face is comprised over over 12 bones that may potentially break in a collision. These injuries may include a broken nose, jaw or cheekbone, as well as a fractured eye socket or forehead. One common type of facial fracture is an orbital blowout fracture, which can completely destroy a person's face and eyesight;
  • Paralysis of the face and nerve damage;
  • Eye damage: Injuries such as blindness, partial loss of vision, or a complete loss of the eye itself may result from broken glass or other items thrown around in a collision; and
  • Burns: Trucking wrecks have the potential to cause severe burns in the event of a vehicle fire or explosion, and may require extensive cosmetic surgeries or skin grafting to battle long lasting scars.

Compensation for Albuquerque Trucking Collision Victims

All of these consequences have the potential to lead to expensive medical bills. Here, medical treatment will depend largely on your symptoms and for that reason will also dictate the amount of any potential damages award or settlement. However, a successful personal injury settlement or damages awards may help to cover these costs by seeking:

  • Lost wages;
  • Pain and suffering;
  • Lost earnings;
  • Medical bills;
  • Future medical expenses;
  • Property damage; and
  • Other costs.

Victims of Albuquerque Trucking Collisions Suffering from Facial Injuries Should Call the NM Truck Accident Attorneys

If you or a loved one has been injured in a motor vehicle accident, call the experienced New Mexico trucking injury attorneys at the NM Truck Accident Attorneys today by dialing (505) 883-5000 You can also contact us on our website through the easy to use and convenient Contact box located by clicking here.

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