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Subsequent brain and head injuries may additionally make past injuries—including concussions—more severe. This is why it’s imperative to vigilantly seek medical care after any type of head injury.
Brain and head injuries can be incredibly dangerous if left untreated. The brain is one of the most delicate organs inside the body, and brain injury symptoms often appear in a delayed manner due to the way the brain interprets pain.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 3.4 percent of Nebraska drivers reported driving after drinking too much.
Broken bones often take a long time to heal and may require multiple surgeries.
A side-impact collision is also known as a T-bone crash. All it takes is for a driver to not pay attention—they could accidentally run a stop sign or not slow down to let a vehicle turn and hit the side of the car.
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