Internal bleeding can be an extremely serious health condition that many involve life-threatening complications, emergency surgeries, and permanent disabilities and consequences. If you have suffered an internal bleeding injury because of a Kentucky car accident, the person or entity responsible for your crash may also be responsible for the damages and losses related to your injury.

While bleeding from a laceration is quite obvious, internal bleeding injuries can be significantly more difficult to detect and treat. The result? Many car accident victims suffering from blunt force trauma and internal bleeding go hours or even days before recognizing the medical emergency.

Internal bleeding, especially untreated hemorrhaging, can cause tissue damage, organ damage, shock, and even death. As you might guess, those who suffer from internal bleeding often face long hospital stays, multiple procedures, and a significant recovery time. In addition, they will likely struggle with the related issues of medical bills, time away from work, and ongoing health problems related to the accident and injury.  

Internal bleeding may be a more difficult injury to see or understand, but it is no less real than any other serious car accident injury caused by blunt force trauma. To find out if you have an internal bleeding injury claim, contact the knowledgeable car accident attorneys at Gray & White Law. We understand how severe internal bleeding can be, and we know which steps to take to get you the compensation you deserve. Call today to schedule your free case evaluation.


Matthew L. White
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Founder & Partner of Louisville Personal Injury Law Firm Gray & White Law