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Many tend to think that Atlanta car accidents that produce injuries must occur at 55 miles per hour or more. However, research and studies have indicated that even crashes that occur at less than 10 mph can cause bodily injuries.
Even though a car may have little damage after the wreck, the driver and passengers in the vehicle still could have suffered injuries. Because low-velocity accidents jerk a person's head and neck forwards, backwards, or sideways, many suffer from whiplash and neck and spinal injuries in these types of crashes.
Most whiplash victims suffer this type of injury after being involved in a rear-end accident in Atlanta. Even at low speeds, the head is forced to go beyond its normal limits, causing ligaments and muscles to be torn or overstretched. In addition, vertebrae can move out of its normal position, causing pain and reducing range of motion. When these things happen, the nerves can be affected, causing irritation and serious pain for accident victims.
Symptoms to look for include: