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Why you should not avoid medical care after a car accident

Some people in Florida downplay the importance of getting medical treatment after a car accident. However, no immediately noticeable injury does not mean injury free. You may be able to walk away from your motor vehicle wreck and think you will be fine in a few days, but what is going on inside your body may tell a different story. Because it is not always possible to know if you have sustained harm such as a soft tissue injury or concussion, you should get checked out by a doctor to be safe. 

Available damages in a Florida car accident case

After a car accident, you have a lot to deal with. You need to get treatment for your injuries, figure out if you can return to work and handle insurance paperwork. At this time, you may get insurance representatives calling you trying to arrange a settlement. Why not just take their offer instead of continuing with a potentially complicated case?

The most dangerous intersections in Broward County

Broward County may not be as heavily populated as Miami-Dade County, but with the tourist population, the roads can be especially dangerous. Local 10 News reports that one of the most dangerous intersections in South Florida is in Hollywood, at the intersection of U.S. 441 and Pembroke Road. Road work will continue in that area until 2019, but officials hope that the improvements being made will make the area safer. In the meantime, if you do have to drive in that area, be extra cautious and plan extra time to be able to slow down when necessary.  

Car accidents and traumatic brain injury

While some people are lucky enough to walk away from car accidents with relatively minor injuries, many end up with long-lasting and even lifelong health consequences. Traumatic brain injury, which results from an impact to the brain, may occur during a crash. You may have suffered an impact even if you did not directly hit your head on anything, as, in some cases, the brain can sustain damage due to a sudden stop while traveling.

Signs that a driver is drunk

Driving on the streets of Coral Springs is a necessity for many motorists. Many of them are not aware that they are sharing the roads with intoxicated drivers and at risk of involvement in drunk driving accidents. People who drink and drive are one of the biggest dangers on the roads today. Their driving actions often mimic those of reckless drivers who tend to speed, tailgate and cut people off. There are other signs of drunk driving that motorists should learn to recognize so they can keep themselves safe.

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