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The Impact of Vertigo After an Orlando Accident

An Orlando car accident can leave you with serious injuries. The physical trauma you receive during a car crash can put you in immense pain, but as time progresses, you may be surprised at how your pain gets worse.

Some of the most common injuries we see involve some damage to the spinal cord and column. When the spinal cord is damaged, you are at an increased risk of experiencing vertigo. Here are some of the most common side effects and symptoms of vertigo:

  • Poor balance
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Spinning sensation
  • Light headedness
  • Trouble walking or standing still
  • Blurred vision
  • Ear aches

When you experience any of these symptoms, your quality of life is severely diminished and you may not be able to do the same things you used to, including your job. Although symptoms may not appear immediately following the accident, any damage to your nervous system can leave you prone to vertigo for an extended period of time after the accident. Talk to your doctor if you have experienced any of these symptoms, especially if you had spinal cord damage

Get Help With Your Injuries After An Orlando Auto Accident

With the long-term effects of vertigo impacting your quality of life and ability to work, you may need the help of a reputable Orlando car accident attorney. Our dedicated personal injury lawyers can help you get compensation for lost wages, immediate medical care, and long-term medical needs. Contact us today (407-422-4529) to learn more about how we can work with you and the insurance company to get you the compensation you deserve after your Orlando accident.

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