When a small, delicate organism like the human body is involved in the collision of two or more large solid objects like automobiles, something has to give – and that something is frequently the neck. لعبة بلاك جاك اون لاين مجانا The human head is relatively heavy in relation to the neck and a sudden impact gives you no time to brace yourself to prevent the forceful head movement known as “whiplash”.

Whiplash is the term used to describe the motion of the neck when an impact causes the head to be “snapped” (moved quickly in a direction opposite the direction of impact). It is also known as CAD (cervical acceleration/deceleration) trauma or syndrome. العاب مربحة على النت

The sudden sharp movement can cause damage to the joints of the neck, as well as the nerves, muscles, and discs. لعبة سباق الخيل In extreme cases, not only is the neck damaged, but the brain is bruised. These injuries can include dizziness, headache, pain in the body and arms, and, in the case of brain injury, blurred vision, tinnitus, nausea, vertigo, and numbness. All of these injuries can lead to long-term pain and disability.

Whiplash and other car accident injuries should always be taken seriously. If you or a family member incurred costs as a result of another driver’s negligence, please schedule a free consultation with Robert W. Kerpsack Co., L.P.A. by calling (614) 766-2000 or contacting our Columbus law firm online.