An Orlando car crash can have devastating effects on your body. One of the most affected parts of your body when this happens tends to be your spine. When your spine is injured, whether from a herniated disc or broken bone, other parts of your body may be affected too. Because of this, it may not be easy to determine right away if your injury is in your spine.
To help, here are a few of the most common symptoms associated with a spinal cord injury after an Orlando auto accident.
- Loss of the sensation of pain– Because your spinal cord works as the central nervous system, if something is damaged you may not be able to feel pain. You may also feel numbness in various parts of your body depending on where the injury occurred.
- Pain in an uninjured part of the body– Your spinal cord affects other parts of your body. Because of this, it is not uncommon to feel pain in an uninjured part of your body.
- Loss of muscle control– The spinal cord works to transmit messages sent from your brain to other parts of your body. If it’s injured and unable to do this, you may not be able to control your muscles in certain areas.
There is a lot that can be impacted when your spine is injured. It’s imperative that you seek medical attention immediately following an accident to determine if you have a spinal cord injury. Treatment for spinal cord injuries is often times lengthy and drawn out.
Knowledge Equals Power in Orlando Auto Accident Cases
To ensure you receive the coverage you are entitled to for one of these injuries, contact an Orlando auto accident lawyer. At Auto Justice Attorney, we will work with you to get the settlement you need to cover all of your medical expenses. Contact us today (407-422-4529) to learn more about how we can help with your specific claim. Be sure to ask for a free copy of our guide, Your Complete Guide to Florida Accident Claims.