Fender Bender or Rear-end Collision: Can You Still Get Hurt?: YES, says Florida Car Accident Lawyer

February 25, 2020

People ask Car Accident Lawyer Andrew Rosenberg this all the time: "If I was in a low-impact car accident do I have a personal injury claim?" The answer is YES!! Rear-end collisions and fender benders can still be accident claims.

Even at a low speed, you can still get injured in a car accident even if it's not incredibly "serious". If you are hurt in an accident, at all, and experience whiplash or soreness, etc., that can constitute as an injury from the car accident.

Most of the time, a lower impact car accident is going to result in injuries to your neck, or head, sometimes your back. You likey won't break any bones, but the point is you can still sustain injuries that need treatment AND injuries that mean you deserve compensation. Whiplash, for example, is a compensable injury and you can get whiplash in just about every car accident in South Florida.

Anything that affects your physical body in a car accident entitles you to rights for treatment and compensation.

If you'd like a FREE consultation for your potential Florida car accident injury case, give our office a call to schedule one today: 954-755-7803

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Coral Springs, FL 33067

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