Many types of traffic accidents have the potential to result in serious injuries and occupant ejection accidents are no exception.
As soon as you are ejected from your car, you lack the protective metal, seatbelts, airbags and other safety features that may help prevent serious injuries. Instead, you are thrown out of your car, often with some degree of force.
As a result, car crashes that cause passenger ejections may cause a victim to suffer:
· Traumatic brain injuries.
· Spinal cord injuries.
· Broken bones.
· Internal injuries.
· Other serious, potentially life threatening, injuries.
Survivors of car accident ejection injuries often need ongoing medical care and rehabilitation. They often lose significant time from work, or are permanently unable to work, and they often incur significant pain and suffering.
Unfortunately, not everyone who is involved in a car accident ejection survives and many families are left grieving the death of their loved ones.
If you have been hurt, or if you have lost a loved one, in a Pennsylvania car accident ejection then please share your experience in our comments so that other people facing similar situations may learn from your experience.