The Low-Speed Car Crash Myth! No Visible Property Damage = No Personal Injury?

Low speed impact collisions are those that take place typically at speeds under 15 MPH. There is often little, if any, visible property damage done to the rear of the vehicle. However, those who are struck do sustain injuries, usually to their neck and back, most often referred to as “whiplash.” When these injuries occur, the injured party will seek compensation from the at-fault party. Most at-fault drivers will simply submit the claim to their insurance company to then takeover and handle the claim. When the insurer becomes involved, an adjuster is assigned to the claim with the task of minimizing the compensation received in a settlement with their insured. Most often this simply mea

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