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What injuries are considered serious enough to sue for a Michigan car accident?

There is no specific injury that automatically qualifies as a "serious" injury from a Michigan car accident and this is determined on a case by case basis. However, here are some examples of injuries that may qualify:

- Fractured and broken bones
- Back and neck injuries, like herniated and bulging discs
- Nerve damage
- Injuries that require surgery or substantial treatment
- Closed head and traumatic brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Psychological injuries, like depression and post-traumatic stress disorder
- Injuries which cause disability from work and other daily activities

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