Rollover type accidents are some of the deadliest crashes on our roads, but what are the most common injuries suffered from rollover collisions?
Most Common Injuries Sustained After a Rollover Collision
Brain injuries like a TBI or concussion can be incredibly serious and permanently impact a victims' day to day life after an accident. These injuries can result from being violently tossed by the vehicle as it rolls.
Head injuries can also include skull fractures and cuts or lacerations to the face and head area that can range from life-threatening to less severe but could still result in permanent disfigurement and scarring.
Rollover accident victims may also suffer broken bones in the extremities as well as injuries to the neck and spine from being tossed during rolls including whiplash and slipped or herniated discs in the neck and back.
All of these serious injuries could be paired with any number of more minor cuts, bruises or soft tissue injuries after a rollover accident that can make the path to recovery a long and painful one for an accident victim.