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Millions of people are injured in car accidents every year in the United States. These accidents are caused by a number of factors, including reckless driving, speeding, intoxicated drivers, inexperienced drivers, and distracted drivers. Many of these accidents—and the injuries that occur as a result—are caused by negligent drivers.

Car accident victims who were injured by negligent drivers may be entitled to compensation for their medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. If you have been injured in a car accident, don’t hesitate to seek legal representation from an experienced personal injury attorney.

At Carpenter & Zuckerman, we have passionate and experienced car accident lawyers who are ready to assist you with your case. As a firm that has been protecting the rights of auto accident victims for more than 25 years, we know all the tricks in the book that insurance companies use in order to undervalue auto accident claims and shortchange crash victims, and we put a stop to it. Contact us today for a FREE consultation!

Types of Car Accidents Handled by CZ Law

Regardless of the types of car accident you experienced, our skilled legal team is ready to assist you. We have represented injury victims in all types of car accidents, including but not limited to:

Whether you were a driver, a passenger, or even someone traveling on bike or foot who was hit by a car, we help you seek rightful compensation for your injuries.

Common Injuries Caused by Car Accidents

People can be injured in any type of car accident—even those that occur when one or more cars are traveling at a low speed. Some of the most common car accident injuries include but are not limited to:

Soft Tissue Injuries

Any damage to muscles, ligaments, and tendons is often referred to as a soft tissue injury. There are many different types of soft tissue injuries, but one of the most common is whiplash. This injury occurs when muscles and ligaments in the neck are stretched too far due to the sudden impact of a car accident. It affects the neck, head, and upper back, and can cause a great deal of pain.

Chest Injuries

Drivers can sustain chest injuries such as bruises or broken ribs when their chest collides with the steering wheel during a crash. However, drivers aren’t the only ones who may injure their chests. If the impact of the collision is strong enough, passengers who are wearing seatbelts may sustain bruising on their chests.

Head Injuries

The impact of the collision could send your head  jolting in many different directions. It’s possible that your head could bump into the steering wheel, dashboard, or even the window. As a result, passengers may suffer from concussions, traumatic brain injuries, or skull fractures.

Back Injuries

Back injuries can range in severity from minor soft tissue injuries to severe spinal cord damage. If you damage your spinal cord during a car accident, you may start to lose feeling or control over certain parts of your body. Some spinal cord injuries are so severe that they cause partial or total paralysis.

Why It’s Essential to Document Evidence After an Accident

Compensation is never a guarantee in any personal injury case. However, documenting evidence after your accident can strengthen your accident claim and improve your chance of recovering fair compensation in your case

What should you document? It’s recommended that you snap photos of any injuries and property damage as soon as possible following the accident. If you can, take pictures of the scene of the accident, including any cars or other vehicles that were involved, debris from the collision, and nearby traffic signs and lights. This will help you reconstruct the accident later on if the driver of the other car begins to deny that he or she was at fault for the crash.

You should also document any expenses you incur as a result of your injuries. For example, keep track of your medical bills, cost of prescription medications, and any other expenses related to the accident. It’s important to also have a copy of your medical records and the results of X-rays, MRIs, or lab tests. This evidence will help you prove that your injuries exist, that they were caused by the accident, and that you should be compensated for the expenses you have incurred.

Injured in an Accident? Call the Seasoned Car Accident Lawyers at CZ Law Today!

If you’ve been injured by a negligent driver, contact the law offices of Carpenter & Zuckerman today to discuss your case. Our team of attorneys will fight tirelessly to ensure you receive the compensation that you deserve for your medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages and more. We have already successfully obtained more than $2 billion in settlements and verdicts for our clients, and we want to help you, too!

Our experienced auto accident attorneys have offices in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, Orange County (Garden Grove), San Diego, Bakersfield, and Los Vegas. We proudly serve clients throughout the state of California and beyond.

Call us at (310) 273-1230 or fill out our form for a FREE, no-obligation consultation! You will not pay any legal fees unless we win your case.

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