Now that you’ve been to the hospital, how you handle the twenty-four hours following your accident are critical for your case and your settlement. It’s likely that you’ve only received an X-Ray, a common diagnostic tool used after accidents. However, getting an MRI to detect soft-tissue injuries like whiplash can maximize in your settlement.
MRIs, medical bills, paperwork, and insurance—it’s all too much for you to have to keep up with. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, it’s time to get an Atlanta personal injury lawyer to do the work for you.
We understand that this can be a difficult time financially, especially since the accident was unexpected. That’s why we don’t require any upfront fees for legal help. Once you’re matched with a lawyer, you’ll be guided through the critical documentation process that lies ahead. To get started, call Fast Help’s accident injury helpline today – just dial (404) 592-0318.
To get fair compensation for your injuries, it’s not required to be rushed by an ambulance from the accident.
Even if you feel fine, get checked out by a doctor within the forty-eight-hour window after your accident. The Fast Help network of specialists provides comprehensive testing in order to capture and document all your injuries. This critical, detailed documentation helps maximize your settlement.
Though they’re helpful, X-Rays don’t identify soft-tissue injuries, and these are the most common types of accidents injuries! MRIs, on the other hand, have the power to detect them, like whiplash, sprains, and contusions.
MRIs can be intimidating, especially since they’re so expensive. Not with Fast Help! We know the impact MRIs can have on your case, and the best part is, you don’t have to pay for it. In fact, the results of your procedure may lead to a higher settlement, which means you ultimately could be paid to get the MRI!
In some cases, Fast Help can get you same-day MRI appointments within our network of doctors. We want to ensure you get the documented care you need to get the highest settlement possible.
If you still have not been treated, a good rule of thumb is to be seen within three days of the accident. The more you delay your treatment, the less money the insurance company is willing to compensate. Regardless of when you’re seen, don’t forget to ask for an MRI to confirm all injuries are detected.
Don’t get bogged down with all of your medical bills. Start off on the right foot by getting a Fast Help lawyer. We’ll do the juggling, so you can get better, faster.
If you still haven’t been seen by a doctor, or your pain has remained, it’s not too late to call Fast Help to get the care you need. If you have been checked out, continue to follow your doctor’s therapy and medication orders.
However, if your pain hasn’t subsided, and getting back to your everyday routine has beentough, you’re either experiencing acute and/or chronic pain. Here’s the difference.
Acute pain is sudden and sharp. It may last up to six months but is remedied once the underlying issue is healed. Acute injuries include whiplash and broken bones.
Chronic pain lasts longer, even up to a few years. The key difference is that even if the primary cause of the injury is healed, the pain remains. Chronic pain includes limited range of motion or mobility and prevents the victim from returning to a “normal” post-accident.
No matter what kind of pain you’re experiencing, the Fast Help care team and lawyers will coordinate and document your entire medical journey. Because we give you personalized attention and document every detail, you’ll get the highest settlement possible.
A 42-year-old female was returning home from work when she had a
head-on collision when a truck-driver attempted a left hand turn.
The case was settled for $512,000.00 prior to litigation.
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