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When Internal Injuries Cause Future Problems for Florida Accident Victims

Car accidents in South Florida and throughout this nation cause injuries that range from minor to severe. Some of the more complicated and severe injuries that occur are internal injuries. When victims suffer from internal injuries, damage could have been caused to the liver, spleen, pancreas, kidney, bladder, and more.

Some victims feel fortunate to have survived the crash only to find that days later they may have injured their inside, including damage to their internal organs. Internal bleeding and bruising can also take place, which can be serious.Sadly, internal injuries can cause future problems for the accident victim.

Internal Injuries and Potential Problems

When Fort Lauderdale auto accidents injure children and cause internal injuries, there may be long-term consequences and problems they have to deal with for the rest of their lives. Even adults, who have been seriously injured internally,may have to live with lifelong disabilities as well, including partial or permanent loss of some bodily functions.

When internal injuries cause future problems for accident victims, they may need:

  • Surgery
  • Lifelong medical treatments
  • Pain medications
  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • And more

If you suffered internal injuries in a South Florida car crash that was caused by a careless driver, you may have rights to financial recovery. Feel free to call a skilled injury attorney for legal advice in Fort Lauderdale at the Law Offices of David Benenfeld at 954-677-0155. You will receive a free legal consultation simply by calling today.

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