What to do when you are involved in a auto accident (part 2)
5) Get an attorney. Regardless if any litigation occurs, having an experienced attorney on your side will help navigate the waters between the insurance companies, doctors, hospitals, recouping lost wages from being off from work, auto body shops, etc. Attorneys typically work on a lien. This allows you to get the right people on your side and not have to pay anything until the case is over and a settlement is reached.
6) Get a chiropractor. Chiropractors are the preferred providers for spinal disorders. Many times car accidents do not have life threatening injuries. Damage is done to the muscles, joints, ligaments and tendons, all areas where a trauma qualified chiropractor can help. Not only is it important to get a chiropractor that can accurately give you a diagnosis, prognosis and treatment plan but one that is good at case management-proper examination technique, proper coding, narrative writing and treatment/rehab protocols. Ask to see the chiropractors CV, https://www.uschirodirectory.com/index.php?option=com_content&id=398&view=article&cur_id=8702#
Do they have the qualifications that your attorney and you need to prevail in a personal injury case ?
7) Lastly, remember that getting well and getting compensated for your lost property and productivity takes a team. Have patience, and your losses will get reimbursed.