Statistically, there is a strong likelihood that you or someone you know will be involved in a car accident. The average driver will be in a car crash once every 18 years translating into 4 accidents over the course of a lifetime. Though the risk of death is very low, the odds are that one of these accidents will result in bodily injury (whiplash) and/ or property damage, is high. Even a minor fender bender can result in an injury, which can cause problems. If you’ve ever been in one you know what I’m talking about. Typically the first course of action is treating your pain with painkillers and rest. Once you feel better, you may think that you’re in the clear, but what if your symptoms linger? Or in some cases if you have no symptoms, can a car crash come back to hurt you later in life?