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Did your holiday include a trip to an ER?

It's only natural to enjoy the excitement of watching your children unwrap gifts during the holidays. Throughout the shopping season leading to up your gift-giving festivities, you probably stood in checkout lines with other Missouri parents for 10 minutes or more at a time, waiting to purchase your goods, and never expecting one of those items would injure your child.

Look out for delayed injury symptoms -- even after minor crashes

Regardless of the severity of car accidents, they will always be traumatic experiences. While severe injuries are usually immediately evident, yours may only manifest over time. Even low-speed rear-end bumper-bashing incidents can cause whiplash that can lead to years of neck or back problems or one of several other delayed car accident injury symptoms. You may want to refuse medical evaluation immediately after a crash because there is no evidence of broken bones or bleeding wounds. However, this could make it much more difficult to include undiagnosed injuries in any personal injury claim that you want to pursue following the wreck.

5 Tips to protect your rights after a car accident

Unfortunately, car accidents happen. When they do, the actions taken by those involved immediately following the accident play a very large role in the outcome. It is important for drivers and passengers to be informed and prepared in the event of an accident. They can protect themselves by following these five tips.

Time limitations for personal injury claims: What to know

People who have suffered injuries or the loss of a loved one in a fatal accident only have a limited amount of time to file a lawsuit or claim against the careless driver (in car accident cases) or other party whose negligence directly led to the injuries or death. In Mississippi, personal injury claims are subject to statute of limitations that is dependent on the type of injury case.

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