If you’ve been involved in a car accident, you’re probably dealing with a lot of issues and ‘to-dos’. Depending on the severity of the accident, you may need to call the police or your family, plan for alternative transport means, and probably rearrange the plans you had before the accident. Also, you have to file an insurance claim – and all that while experiencing psychological discomfort or trauma that even a minor collision can induce.
When you have a car accident, your adrenaline production is increased. You need to remember that this hormone can conceal the pain, so you may not feel it at first, plus some injuries aren’t instantly apparent.
If you’ve had an auto accident, be conscious of the following injuries that often don’t manifest themselves immediately.