It’s imperative to seek medical treatment even if the collision was relatively minor and you feel fine. So, you’ve been in a minor car accident. You feel completely fine, exchange insurance information with the other driver, and head directly … [Read more...] about Why See a Doctor After a St. Louis Car Crash?
Hemothorax is a condition characterized by the collection of blood in the chest or pleural cavity, a fluid-filled space between the chest wall and the lungs. Under normal circumstances, the pleural cavity is filled with some fluid. However, when … [Read more...] about Hemothorax Car Accident
A study from the NHTSA shows that underinflated and worn out tires can increase the risk of a car crash significantly. For various reasons, hundreds of accidents occur on Missouri roads each day. While many accidents are caused due to the … [Read more...] about Car Accidents Involving Underinflated Tires
The ulnar nerve runs from the shoulder to the ulna bone or the forearm, and down into the hand. This nerve transmits signals between the brain and the hands and vice versa. The signals are responsible for feeling, sensation, and movement in the … [Read more...] about Ulnar Nerve Impingement Injuries
Although not too common, esophageal injuries may be caused by car accident trauma. The esophagus is the muscular tube that carries food, saliva, and liquids from the mouth to the stomach. It runs behind the windpipe and heart, then in front of the … [Read more...] about Esophageal Injury After Car Accident
A serious consequence of a car accident is a traumatic brain injury (TBI). There are various types and levels of TBI and they are classified based on the symptoms and severity of the injury. Mild Traumatic Brain Injury An example of a mild TBI is a … [Read more...] about 1,700,000 People in the U.S. Suffer a TBI Every Year