Cervical Neck Injuries are Painful and Debilitating, and Can be Caused by Any New Mexico Motor Vehicle Accidents
The neck is one of the most important parts of the human body. It holds your heads and spinal cord which essentially gives power to your entire body. It is the pathway for air, which is essential to stay alive. It is also where your food and water comes in, which is also essential for life. You also move your neck constantly and it is involved in almost every movement you can possible make and any activity from sitting down to driving a car.
If your neck is damaged, not only can it easily kill you, but it can completely incapacitate you. Even non-permanent injuries can result in prolonged pain and suffering, as well as debilitating conditions. Unfortunately, neck injuries are more likely to be permanent and debilitating than to be not. This is particularly true in any New Mexico motor vehicle accident, particularly New Mexico trucking accidents.
Here are the Mark Caruso, our experienced New Mexico motor vehicle accident attorneys have handled many accidents involving cervical neck injuries caused by the negligence of another. We know how it can cause permanent and prolonged pain, suffering, and therapy. If you or a loved one have sustained a cervical neck injury due to a New Mexico motor vehicle accident, call us today for a FREE consultation by dialing (505) 883-5000 to learn how we can protect your rights to compensation.
Common Cervical and Neck Problems Caused by New Mexico Motor Vehicle Accidents
Any neck injuries can result in permanent disabilities and a lifetime of pain. Even slow speed and low impact motor vehicle accidents can result in these type of catastrophic injuries. Some common types of neck injuries include the following:
Common Causes of New Mexico Cervical/Neck Injuries in Motor Vehicle Accidents
There are many potential causes of cervical or neck injuries in New Mexico motor vehicle accidents. The most common is a rear-end car accident, which results in a violent back and forth motion of the neck and head. Similarly, head on collisions result in the same forces and motion. Side impact collisions are also very dangerous because the neck is not supported by a headrest.
Trucking accidents are also more likely to result in cervical and neck injuries. Even a small bumper tap from a large commercial truck such as a big rig or 18-wheeler can send shockwaves through a smaller passenger vehicle which causes catastrophic neck injuries.
Severe Cervical Neck Injuries Caused by New Mexico Car Accidents
If you or a loved one has been injured in a motor vehicle accident, call the experienced New Mexico car accident attorneys at the Mark Caruso 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.