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“Dirty Little Secrets” Insurance Companies Don’t Want You to Know pt 1


If you are in an accident you need to seek immediate medical attention. This is for your own good and for the good of your accident injury case. A doctor will document in his medical records everything he finds during his examination of your injuries. This is valuable information to have.

Victims are often in some state of shock after an accident. The shock period can often mask serious or mild injuries, and the injured will not feel any pain. While you may have no visible bruises or abrasions, the sudden exaggerated thrust of your head either backwards, forward or sideways – which occurs in all accidents – can cause damage to your vertebrae, discs, nerves, muscles or ligaments. Pay attention to your body. Note any changes in your mobility and/or your normal routine.

Most people even deny being hurt because they don’t want to make a “big deal” out of the collision. Don’t try and be tough. You might be injured far worse than you think.

There is a trick the insurance companies use against accident injury victims when settlement time comes. They claim “If your client was hurt in the accident, why didn’t he or she go to the doctor right away.”

Don’t let them win this argument, get the medical treatment you need as quickly as possible.

O’Bryan Law is here to help you in any way possible with your car wreck case. Our motto is “Service is our way of life.” Our attitude is that it is our client’s case, not our case, and we are here to help our clients make it through the many difficulties that arise from a car accident.

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