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How Are Damages Assessed in a Personal Injury Case? 

How to Assess Damages in a Personal Injury Case

We’ve all experienced some sort of injury in our lives.

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Most Common Personal Injury Accidents that a Chiropractor Can Treat

Personal Injury Accidents Treated by a Chiropractor 

At our Chiropractic Clinic we see many patients who have suffered an injury due to a Personal Injury Accident. 

Being involved in a personal injury accident can cause victims to suffer from a multitude of injuries. 

At Arrowhead Clinic we see a variety of personal injury cases, and we provide chiropractic care to address the pain and injuries without using addictive pain medications or surgery. 

The most common Personal Injury Accidents are discussed below.

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Will Your Personal Injury Claim Cover Chiropractic Care?

If your neck, back, or spine was injured in a car accident and you have made a personal injury claim, the insurance company of the responsible party is obligated to pay all medical costs--or, at least some of it.

When an injured victim files a personal injury claim against the liable party, the cost of the medical care and other necessary expenses is included on the plaintiff’s damage award.

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How Long Do You Have to see a Doctor or Personal Injury Attorney After a Car Accident?

Waiting is never a good idea when it comes to a Car Accident Injury. You can never act too soon to seek help after a car crash and should do it as soon as possible.

Ideally, visit a chiropractor within 72 hours of the accident because this is regarded as a reasonable amount of time by insurance companies. Chiropractic medicine is a holistic form of treatment that does not rely on medication, surgery, or other invasive procedures. Whiplash is the type of car accident injury most often treated by chiropractors.

You should see a lawyer at about the same time you see a chiropractor.

You always want to talk to a lawyer before you talk to your insurance company.

Seeing a lawyer at about the same time you see a chiropractor will ensure that your treatments are properly documented.

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