Friday, November 9, 2012

MARYLAND CAR ACCIDENT LAWYER What is Whiplash?



Maryland car accident lawyers have likely heard this question, usually followed by “and why does it hurt so f$%#@@ing bad? Medicalnewstoday.comn tells us that “in a typical case the victim's body is initially pushed or accelerated forward while the head remains behind for an instant, making the head rock up and back, stretching and/or tearing some muscles, tendons and ligaments. The muscles react automatically (reflex motion) to bring the heard forward - sometimes this is overdone and the head may rock forward violently, further stretching and/or tearing muscles, tendons and ligaments.” As seasoned Maryland car accident lawyers know, those torn  ligaments and tendons become stiff, sore and painful after the typical Baltimore rear end collision car accident.

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