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Medical Visits after a Car Accident

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Medical visits after a car accident are often a very important part of your recovery. That’s why it’s critical that you see a doctor as soon as possible after your car crash. It’s also important that you fully understand your rights if you’ve been involved in a car accident caused by another driver. That’s why we want to meet with you as soon as possible to discuss your options.

Our experienced, Kansas car accident lawyers at Bretz & Young can help you every step of the way. We can thoroughly investigate your accident to find the facts you need to prove the other driver caused your crash. This step is critical since the other driver’s insurance company needs to know exactly who was at fault.

We have a well-earned reputation throughout Kansas for being accomplished attorneys who know how to win tough legal cases. Our case results speak for themselves. We have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for injury victims throughout Kansas, including a $50 million settlement in one case. When you want the best, get Bretz & Young. We deliver results.

FAQ about medical care after a car accident

People injured in a car accident caused by another driver often have a lot of questions about medical care. Some of the most frequently asked questions are listed below.

If you don’t see your specific question, don’t worry. And even if you do, we still strongly urge you to contact our law firm to discuss your potential case. Every car accident injury is different and so are our tactics. We don’t take a one-size-fits-all approach towards car accidents. We take the time to find out exactly what happened. That way, we can tailor our approach to your specific legal circumstances.

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Don’t miss out on your opportunity for justice. In Kansas, you often only have a limited amount of time to take legal action after your car accident. This deadline (known as the statute of limitations) is often two years from the date of your car accident. That might seem like a long time. But the longer you wait, the harder it often becomes to find evidence related to your crash.

Put the power of our law firm to work for you. Schedule your free consultation with an experienced, Kansas car accident attorney at our law firm. We have offices in Hutchinson, Salina, WichitaGarden CityDodge CityLiberal and Hays. Bretz & Young – the law firm you need when it matters most.

Should I go to the doctor after a car accident?

Yes. Even if you think you didn’t sustain an injury in a car accident, it’s critical that you have a medical professional examine you. You could have a life-threatening internal injury and not even realize it.

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How many days do you have to go to the doctor after a car accident?

The sooner you go to a doctor, the better. That way, a doctor can examine you and find out exactly what’s wrong with you. But no matter how long ago your car accident took place, it’s never too late to have a medical professional examine you.

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What kind of doctor should I see after a car accident?

Most people choose to see their family physician after their car accident. Other times, people seek treatment in a hospital emergency room from an ER doctor. It’s up to you decide which doctor you want to see after your car accident. And depending on what type of injury you have, you may need to see several different types of doctors or physical therapists to properly treat your car accident injury. Doctors and medical professionals who sometimes treat different types of injuries often associated with car accidents include:

  • ER surgeon
  • Family doctor
  • Chiropractor
  • Physical therapist

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Should I go to urgent care after a car accident?

If you want to be examined by a doctor at an urgent care center, you should definitely do so. Sometimes, urgent care centers are a great place to start if you think you sustained an injury in a car accident. An urgent care doctor may then recommend additional tests, especially if the doctor suspects you have a very serious injury which may require surgery.

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How long should you be sore after a car accident?

There’s no set time limit when it comes to how long you should feel sore after a car accident. If you’re in pain, you should see a doctor right away after your accident. Don’t wait a few days to see if your pain goes away. If you delay seeking medical care, you could put your health and well-being at risk. And if you haven’t gone to doctor yet and you’re still in pain, go as soon as possible, even if your accident was several days or weeks ago.

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Who pays for medical care after a car accident?

In most cases, the at-fault driver’s insurance company should pay for your medical care. But that’s often easier said than done. Many insurance companies take a tough stance after a car accident. They know that medical care can easily add up to thousands or even millions of dollars. That’s why they often look for any excuse to deny your claim.

We know how to take on insurance companies. We know the games they play. We know the tactics they use. And we know how to negotiate effectively with them. Many insurance companies cooperate with us. But if they refuse to do so, we will not hesitate to file a car accident lawsuit on your behalf. Put the power of Bretz & Young to work for you. Contact us.

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