Common Knee Injuries In A Connecticut Auto Accident

Tuesday, February 25th, 2020 by | Posted In: Auto Accidents

Involvement in any kind of Connecticut auto accident often leaves people feeling shaken, overwhelmed, and unsure of what the future may hold. You may walk away from the accident with cuts, bruises, and/or more severe long-term injuries. Knee injuries are some of the most common injuries associated with auto accidents.

Suffering from a knee injury can cause intense pain and severely affect your quality of life, including limiting your ability to go to work, complete basic household tasks, and participate in hobbies or extracurricular activities.

Knee injuries from a Connecticut auto accident can range in severity and the mechanism of injury can play a role. What may start out as soreness, stiffness, and limited range of motion can turn into something more serious. Many times, knee injuries cannot be fully detected without treatment from a specialist or orthopedic doctor and in-depth testing, such as Magnetic Resource Imaging (MRI).

Some common knee injuries include:

– Strains and sprains. The most common type, you may feel pain without having suffered some type of ligament or cartilage tear. Just because your injury is classified as a strain or sprain does not mean you are home free. Knee sprains and strains can still cause discomfort and prevent you from being able to work or partake in hobbies.

If you or your loved injured a knee in a Connecticut auto accident, contact our firm immediately. Our team is experienced at handling cases like this.

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