Many people are involved in car accident eventually once in their life and many of us agree it’s never pleasant. Accidents can range from fender benders to major tragedies with fatalities and injuries; this is whenever we feel very grateful that we’ve insurance on our vehicle!
Finding hidden damages in the car after an accident is an art. Hidden damage is also called Indirect damage. Indirect damage is a type of damage which is not visible at the place of collision. Or which is not visible to an average man. Like in a rear end collision, the frame and body of car appears perfect on the place of crash but the indirect damage to the body and frame of the car appears away from the area of collision.
There are some conditions that you can feel after an auto accident:
2. Slowed reflexes
4. Muscle spasms
5. Stiffness in shoulders and arms
6. Reduced range of motion or difficulty moving
7. Localized weakness or numbness
To protect yourself from situations like this, you should consult with a doctor after any accident. Even though you may think yourself to be in perfect condition, having full knowledge of any potential internal damage will save you from the disaster of later developing injuries that leave you entirely on your own to cover.