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PostSubject: Low-Impact Injuries    Wed Jul 12, 2017 9:14 pm

Many auto accidents are considered "low-impact" and what this means is that there is only minor damage to the car and the accident occurred when the speed was less than ten miles per hour. Most of these happen when you are hit in the rear end and you and any passengers suffered back and/or neck injuries. The contributing factor is that the accident was unexpected and the occupants do not have time to brace themselves. They cannot force their neck and back against the headrest or seat. Although there is very little damage to the bumper of the car, the bodies inside is snapped around, and their body sustains low-impact injuries. They are also called Soft tissue injuries and can include chest and rib injuries, bruises, and back and neck injuries. These injuries can include joints and bones tearing and stretching, often involving tears in the ligaments, tendons, and muscles and nerve damage.



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