Auto Accident | Fetus | Personal Injury Attorney

A woman in an auto accident while pregnant, may have cause for a lawsuit or claim to protect her and her unborn child and should seek immediate medical and legal assistance.

In an auto accident, injuries to the fetus may occur due to impact from the steering wheel or seat belt putting pressure on the stomach. Some immediate steps following an auto accident would be to seek medical treatment from an obstetrics and gynecologist [OB/GYN], to determine the health and vitality of the fetus.

Additionally, stress and anxiety may arise following an auto accident that can bring harm to your unborn child, so it is important to seek medical attention and a personal injury attorney to assist you in your claim.

Injuries resulting from an auto accident can include such things as: broken bones, contusions, fractures. Soft tissue may relate to neck and back pain affecting the muscles and ligaments. Other related injuries that may occur from an accident are the following:

Nightmares, anxiety, increased emotional stress, depression
Chronic pain
Sleepless nights
Diminished sex life
Inability to lift heavy things

Let Blick Law Firm help in the protection and safety of your unborn child. Our Personal Injury Lawyers will guide you in your injury claim or lawsuit. Call today for a free case evaluation with attorney, Michael C. Blickensderfer or call us at 813-931-0840. Helping the hurting.

Blick Law Firm specializes in the practice of personal injury law with over 25 years legal experience. Attorney, Michael C. Blickensderfer is licensed in the entire state of Florida, New York and New Jersey. As well, Mr. Blickensderfer is a former prosecutor and former marine operating a Christian-based law firm in the Tampa Bay Community.

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