Rear-Ended and You’re Ok, But Are You? 5 Common, Yet Hidden Issues
Nearly 2.5 million rear end collisions are reported in the United States every year and are responsible for 28% of all crashes – making this type of collision the most common type of crash.
You were rear-ended. You walked away, but don’t feel quite right.
Getting hit from behind at moderate to high speed is a big deal! You likely weren’t visibly hurt, but don’t feel quite right either.
We’ve seen quite a few people recently where a rear-end auto accident ends up being the primary factor impacting their movement and ability to feel calm.