It is common rhetoric in personal injuries that if there is no damage to the vehicle, there couldn't possibly be damage to your body. Right ? Incorrect. Vehicles are made to crush under impact. The purpose of the crush is to disperse energy away from the occupants of the vehicle. When there is little or no damage to the vehicle, the occupants absorb the impact. People involved in a accident can sustain injuries under 3 miles per hour. Combine that with the health of the occupants in the vehicle and bodily damage can occur. If you have been involved in a little or no damage accident call us for an evaluation.