The violent impact of another vehicle can cause serious or fatal injuries to bodily organs, bones and the vascular system. Injuries that are obvious, such as broken bones, will be diagnosed in the emergency room and treated. Some injuries, such as internal bleeding or a concussion, may not be diagnosed until some time has elapsed.

If you have been in a car accident that sends you to the hospital, it is imperative that you receive quality medical care. You should also speak with a personal injury attorney concerning your right to claim compensation.

Car Injury Law Firm Serving Rutherford County And Tennessee

At Bart Durham Injury Law in Nashville, our car accident lawyers and professional staff advocate for accident victims. We have helped more than 5,000 people obtain medical care and compensation for injuries suffered in car accidents, truck accidents and other acts of negligence. Our firm is committed to helping every client obtain the best possible settlement or jury award.

Internal Injuries Caused By Motor Vehicle Accidents

Some of the internal injuries that a car accident can cause include:

If your injuries have not been properly diagnosed and treated, we can refer you to a medical provider who can do so. Working with that doctor or other medical specialists, the lawyers at Bart Durham Injury Law will learn about your medical needs so that we can include those in our compensation demand. We will also place a value on your other losses, including lost income and pain and suffering and seek full compensation for you.

When You Have Been Injured In A Car Accident, Contact a Location Nearest You:
Nashville Car Accident Lawyers
Kentucky Car Accident Lawyers

Learn How Bart Durham Injury Law Can Help You

To schedule a free consultation about a case involving internal injuries caused by a car crash, call 615-242-9000 or Toll Free at 800-844-1712  or contact us by email right away.  Bart Durham Injury Law represents people throughout Tennessee & Kentucky from our Nashville offices. Our firm accepts accident cases on a contingency fee basis — you owe no attorney fee unless you recover money in a settlement or jury verdict. Se habla Español.

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