People experience a flood of thoughts and concerns after an automobile accident. What a person should do after the accident naturally depends on how seriously the person is hurt. Generally speaking, now is not the time to be stoic. Why the concern? Let’s say someone is in an accident and is pretty banged up but figures he or she will live through the pain and see if it goes away. Sure enough, two months go by and the pain is still present. Finally the person seeks medical care and low and behold, there is a problem that requires surgery to fix. The insurance company may try to use this “gap in treatment” to question whether the injury was really caused by the car accident or by something else. Better to go ahead and get checked out and let the doctors let you know if you have nothing to be worried about.
If you have been hurt in an accident, immediately seek medical care. If you are concerned about the cost or do not have health insurance, please contact us today. Fuicelli & Lee, P.C. works with a network of health care providers who treat on a lien basis. This means they are paid once your case settles.
If you have any questions, please email us or give us a call. We have helped hundreds of people hurt in car accidents and are here to help.
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