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Campbell County personal injury attorney car accident

If you are in a car accident, you may suffer serious to life-threatening injuries depending on several factors, such as speed or the size of the vehicles involved. Although you might feel fortunate that you are not in pain after an accident, some common crash injuries have delayed symptoms. That is why it is important for you and your passengers to seek medical attention, without exception. The medical aftermath of a car accident should be your top priority, so alleviate other stresses and work with a personal injury attorney you can trust to learn your options for seeking compensation. 

Delayed Injuries and Symptoms

Car accidents frequently cause non-superficial injuries that include internal bleeding, blood clots, concussions, or spinal injury. These types of injuries do not typically exhibit symptoms immediately. Instead, symptoms arise after a few days. A doctor can usually detect these injuries before they become symptomatic, but common symptoms for delayed injuries may include the following:

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Campbell County motorcycle accident attorney

The state of Tennessee requires all motorcyclists to wear proper protective gear, including helmets while operating their vehicles. This is for protection in case of a collision with another vehicle on the road. However, motorcyclists cannot just wear any helmet. It must be a helmet that meets the safety standards of the Department of Transportation. One of the requirements for a proper helmet is that the gear is not permanently altered. This means a person cannot mount a camera onto the helmet by the use of drills or screws. However, GoPros are cameras that come with adhesive mounts sturdy enough to be worn on a motorcycle helmet. These are allowed on the road if mounted securely. In some cases, a GoPro camera’s footage can be used if the motorcyclist is pursuing compensation for injuries after an accident.

What Is the Tennessee Helmet Law?

When riding through the state of Tennessee, all motorcyclists must wear a helmet with the following safety regulations:

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