Accident Doctor

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, chiropractors have a high success rate in treating injuries related to trauma, however; the more serious injury may require medical attention. We will work collaboratively with your chiropractor to provide you with the best possible care.
Once you have been discharged, we will automatically send your records to your attorney's office. If he or she needs any supplemental records, we will send them out in a timely manner.
We will make every effort to assist in coordinating and scheduling your surgery with your attorney and our surgeons.
We will assist you in scheduling your appointment at a facility that's convenient for you. These procedures can and will be done on a lien basis, meaning no out-of-pocket expense for the patient.
We dispense many of the medications indicated for the injured patient in-house, making it convenient for the patient.
We have several types of medical specialists ranging from a general practitioner, neurologist and spine specialist to an orthopedic surgeon, allowing us to treat a wide range of trauma-related injuries.
Don't worry! We provide our care on a lien basis, and your attorney will handle your bill with us when your case settles.
We will bill either your health insurance or MedPay, if available. If you are uninsured, we will see you on a lien-basis, meaning that we will treat you and get paid when your case settles. You will not have to pay any money at the time of services.
Typically, we can schedule appointments to see one of our physicians within 2-3 days. Emergencies can oftentimes be seen same day.
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