Victim of an Auto Accident? What you need to know!
1) It's always best to get a police report following a car accident. This allows you and the person at fault to describe what happened while it is still fresh in your head.
2) Make sure you get all the information from the other people involved in the crash. Its important to get their name, license plate number, and insurance information. You could also take pictures of the damage of your car and the others to document the extent of property damage.
3) Call your insurance and file a claim. Let them know you were a victim of an auto accident and that you're going to start seeking treatment in our office. Make sure you write down your claim number and the adjustors name and contact information.
4) Schedule an appointment in our office and start care. The faster you start treating your whiplash injuries the better. Early treatment allows faster healing times, less intense symptoms, and a reduced chance of chronic, long lasting effects from the collision. On your first visit bring in all your paperwork regarding your accident.
Our office specializes in auto accident and whiplash injuries. We always put your health first and have a network of the best attorneys in the area to work with.
- Dr. Aaron Lowe