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Treatment Options Specifically Suited To You And Your Injuries

Car Accident Lawyer

If you are wondering what kind of medical care to get following a car accident you were in, it may be time to see if chiropractic care is right for you. Following a car accident, it is important to get medical attention as quickly as possible so that you can have a doctor determine how serious your injuries are. In the days and weeks following the accident, you may notice that while some of your pain has faded away, others have not. It is common to experience soreness from a car accident because soft tissue injuries frequently occur as a result of vehicle accidents. However, you may notice that in addition to soreness, you experience pain in your back, neck, and lower body and you may even get more frequent headaches. When this is the case, you should speak with your lawyer to see if you can include chiropractic care in your personal injury claim. 

How do you know a chiropractor is right for you? 

It’s important to see a doctor as soon as you can following a car accident. Most people end up in Urgent Care rooms or hospitals so that a doctor can properly assess them. This is a great place to start and your lawyer, will tell you that you should be keeping all receipts from these visits to ensure they are included in your car accident settlement claim. However, you may need additional care following these visits and you may wish that you could get treatments that focus on healing the root of the problem, not simply taking medication to cover up the pain. 

When this is the case, your lawyer may recommend making a visit to a chiropractor. Your chiropractor can assess your injuries, give you an understanding of the long-term pain they may cause, and give you treatment options specifically suited to you and your injuries so that you can begin healing. You may need chiropractic care following your car accident if you have:

  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Whiplash
  • Back injuries
  • Neck injuries
  • Soreness 

Do all insurance companies cover chiropractic care? 

Many insurance companies will cover chiropractic care. However, you can expect that an insurance company may give you a hard time when you are trying to fight for compensation for chiropractic treatment. Some insurance companies may claim that chiropractic care is “experimental” or that it is unnecessary. Your lawyer can work to validate this care, provide medical bills and receipts, and show how chiropractic treatment can help you after you were injured in a car accident. 

Most insurance companies will try to get you to settle for less than you deserve after a car accident. Instead, you should be prepared to see how a lawyer can help you. When you want a lawyer by your side, call your local law office and talk with them about the car accident you were in. The sooner you do, the sooner you can get started on your claim.