How soon after a car accident should I see a chiropracator?

How soon after a car accident should I see a chiropracator?

It’s sunny day, you’ve got your favorite music on, you’re cruising around town and enjoying your life. Then an instant later, a reckless driver blows a stop sign, and your world is turned upside down. From serious T-bone accidents like this to wrecks on the freeway, rear-enders in traffic, and even fender benders in the supermarket parking lot, another driver’s negligence can lead to a dangerous situation. The hours and days following an automobile accident can seem like a blur, and most people have a lot of questions. Even if you don’t require a trip to the emergency room, you may have suffered from muscle strains or spinal injuries. Los Angeles car accident lawyers from Ellis Law agree that it’s always best to get checked out by a professional first.

How soon after a car accident should I see a chiropractor?

In general, the sooner you see a chiropractor, the better. After an accident, first get emergency medical treatment, make a statement to police if you must, and get insurance information from the other drivers involved in the crash. Update your family and friends on your situation and schedule a free consultation with a personal injury lawyer from Ellis Law. We can steer you in the direction of trusted physicians who can accurately assess your injuries. Whiplash and spine alignment issues can cause a significant amount of pain and last for months. See a chiropractor before these injuries become a chronic issue. The sooner you begin to receive treatment, the better your prognosis will be.

Why is it important to see a lawyer?

The law is designed to protect accident victims, especially if the accident was caused by another driver’s poor choices behind the wheel. Their insurance company may offer a small settlement to pay for your car repairs, and cover emergency medical bills, but what about the cost of treating a lingering issue like whiplash? What about missed paychecks, rent or tuition payments, and the stack of credit card bills that continue to grow while you can’t work due to your injury? You have the legal right to seek compensation for these expenses, but you’ll need a talented attorney by your side. Schedule a 100% free and confidential consultation with a legal expert from Ellis Law, and let us hear your side of the story. We’ll put together a clear picture of what exactly happened during your accident, add up your expenses and projected expenses, and decide on a fair amount to seek for your pain and suffering.

No upfront legal fees

Hiring legal counsel can be extremely expensive. At Ellis Law, we believe the good people of Southern California should have access to a top-notch legal team in their hour of need, even if they can’t afford a lawyer out of pocket. For this reason, every personal injury attorney at our firm works on contingency fees. This means we don’t get paid until you win a jury verdict or agree to a fair settlement. In the unlikely event that you lose your case, you won’t owe us a single dime in legal fees. We are incentivized to deliver you results and help you put your life back together. We treat every client like a superstar VIP and have a proven track record of getting results.

Don’t suffer due to someone else’s irresponsibility or mistake

Basically, everyone in the L.A. area gets around by driving, and thus automobile accidents are the most common event that leads to a personal injury lawsuit. Of course, there are many other types of accidents that can lead to a cash settlement. Slip and falls due to unmarked wet floors, improperly kept construction sites, or poorly lit walkways happen all the time. Faulty railings, uneven sidewalks, and defective products cause a number of serious injuries throughout the region every year. If any of these things sounds like something that has happened to you, you should schedule a free consultation with a professional at Ellis Law. If you’re too hurt to travel to our offices, do not despair. We’ll gladly make an appointment to come and visit you in your home or care facility. Contact us today and take the first steps towards getting the justice you deserve.