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Posted on 12-18-2017
Getting in a car accident can be a frightening experience, but dealing with the after-effects can oftentimes be even worse. This is particularly true if you were injured in the accident. After all, being injured means coping with the physical pain and suffering as well as dealing with the financial troubles that go along with it. To help minimize the financial impact of a car accident, it is important to keep a few things in mind.
To help with receiving financial compensation for your injuries, be sure to keep accurate records. If you have to miss work due to your injuries, for example, maintain a log of the specific dates that you missed along with the compensation that you lost. If you had to pay for public transportation due to your injuries or because your vehicle was damaged, maintain records of these expenses, as well.
As part of the process of receiving compensation for your injuries, you should also ask for a copy of all of your medical records from each medical professional you see. You should share these records with only your doctors and your personal injury attorney. You should never provide them to the other driver's insurance company. When the time comes to provide this information to the insurance company, your personal injury lawyer will take care of this for you.
If you have been involved in a car accident, Advanced Spine & Rehab specializes in assisting with these types of injuries. Contact us to learn more about how we can help you with your recovery.
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