Traumatic brain injuries are serious injuries that can have lasting implications for victims. In many cases, these injuries have symptoms that are permanent, even if there is some recovery that does occur.
Most people want to do all that they can to fly under the radar of police regardless of whether they are breaking the law or not. But could some vehicles, because of their color, attract more unwelcome attention from law enforcement than others?
Different kinds of collisions can cause different damage to vehicles and different injuries to their occupants. For example, rear-end collisions are notoriously associated with soft tissue injuries like whiplash. These injuries can result from a vehicle jerking forward quickly or stopping abruptly. The nature of the crash influences the damage to the vehicles and the injuries to the people inside.
You get involved in a serious truck accident. Maybe the truck tries to make a left turn in front of you when there’s not enough room, and you slam into the trailer. Maybe the truck merges into your lane on the interstate, sideswipes your car, and sends it careening into a tree.