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You May be Entitled to Full Care at No Cost If you don’t have Insurance:
If you were a pedestrian injured in an accident with a car or truck and have no insurance yourself or if the car had no insurance you may be entitled to full care at no cost to you.
Since I am not in pain now, will I feel WORSE later?
Sometimes car accident injuries can stay hidden and may not be detected for months. Regardless of how much pain you are in, you should always immediately get checked because you may experience pain, stiffness, headaches, or symptoms of whiplash sometimes down the road.
Were You Injured In a Car Accident?
We understand that the sudden hit in a car accident can leave you in severe pain without a car to drive to get to work, and not knowing what to do. That’s why we are here to help now. We can even help with transportation to and from our office if your car is wrecked. Just give us a call and we’ll do the rest.
What If My Car Sustained Only Minor Damage?
Injuries can occur from even low speed minor car accidents. There are documented studies which showed that the amount of damage to the automobile bears little to the force applied to the cervical spine(neck) of the occupants. In other words, the damage to your vehicle does not necessarily reflect the damage that has been done to the occupants inside.
Should I See An Attorney Before I See A Chiropractor?
It’s always recommended to see a Chiropractor first. The chiropractor will perform a detailed examination to see the severity of your injury and provide you with a report of your injuries that documents all of your injuries that you can give to the attorney so that he/she can understand the amount of injury that you have sustained.
I’ve been to the Hospital and My Medical Doctor, Do I Really Need to See a Chiropractor?
Yes absolutely. We receive extensive training that helps us to focus on your injuries from the automobile accident and unlike most medical doctors we see accident injuries every day we are open.
Hospitals usually check for life-threatening conditions and makes sure your vitals are within normal range. Once, you’re checked they may prescribe medications for pain relief or medication to relax the spasm in your muscles. They don’t usually treat the underlying improper musculoskeletal biomechanics that may lead to pain in the future. It is also important to remember that medications do not correct structural and tissue damage, they tend to cover the symptoms rather than heal the underlying cause.
My Insurance Company Has Been Calling Me And Wants To Settle, What Should I Do?
Reports show that most insurance companies usually have one goal to suffer the smallest loss possible by getting you to settle as quickly as possible. Do not sign or settle until you have had us evaluate your injuries first. If you were to settle before you are completely healed, you will usually lose the right to have your insurance company pay for your treatment thereafter. If that happens your own and required to pay out of pocket for any continued care. Our goal is to make sure you are functioning the way you were before your auto accident. Once that has been reached, then you can start thinking about settling.
The Insurance Company sent me a small check, should I cash it?
We recommend that you don’t cash it until you have spoken with your attorney. It is not unheard of for insurance companies to send a check followed by a letter stating that if you decide to cash your check, you have agreed to close your case. So please, please be careful.
- Document your injuries first even before contacting your lawyer
- You may be entitled to full health care at NO COST to you, find out
- Transportation is provided to our office if necessary.
- Your doctors are available 24/7 to answer your questions about your accident.
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