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3 tips for seeking medical care after a car accident

If you are in a car accident and sustain a severe injury, chances are the emergency responders will take you to the hospital to get you prompt medical care. But what if you get in an auto collision that does not cause immediately noticeable injuries? 

According to Lifehacker, seeking medical treatment is still an important step to take after a wreck. This is because you may not realize the extent of your injuries. Your adrenaline and endorphins may disguise the pain, and some injuries do not present symptoms until later. Here is a guide for getting medical attention after a crash.

1. See your doctor

Whenever you have any amount of pain or discomfort, you should pay your doctor a visit. Maybe you do not feel pain for hours after the accident. Perhaps you wake up the morning after and notice aches. Whatever the case is, get medical care. This is important not only for your health and wellbeing but also for getting proper compensation for any treatment you may need. 

2. Complete treatment 

If your doctor diagnoses you with an injury and starts treatment, make sure you follow through. This will ensure you recover as much as possible. It will also be helpful for documenting the extent of your injury and the duration of your treatment. 

3. Gather records

You will want to keep a lot of documents relating to your injuries and treatment. Request medical records from your doctor, including any proof of prescription medications or physical therapy. You may also want to consider keeping a journal that details your recovery. A journal may help you recover damages for pain and suffering if you file a personal injury lawsuit. 

Getting hurt in a car accident is disorienting and unfortunate, but you can recover your health and finances if you follow the right steps. Get an attorney to help you maximize your compensation.

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