Do not believe that small accidents can not cause significant problems!
Dr.Rene Cailliet, M.D., Professor Emeritus at the University of Southern California School of Medicine and a clinical professor at the Department of Physical Medicine Rehabilitation at the UCLA School of Medicine. He has wrote over 17 texts on musculoskeletal problems.
Dr. Cailliet states "Simulated impacts have been studied extensively and confirm that low-speed impact with minimal or no damage to the impacted vehicle can and does significant musculoskeletal injury to the driver's or occupant's head and neck.
"It has been shown that high speeds are not specifically pertinent in determining the extent of the [whiplash] injuries sustained."
“Numerous injuries result from vehicular accidents even when the impacts are not very big and there is minimal damage to both vehicles.”
And thus: “Numerous injuries result from vehicular accidents even when the impacts are not very big and there is minimal damage to both vehicles.”