From catastrophic collisions to fender-benders, almost any car accident is a traumatic event. Following a car accident, it is important to seek medical attention right away. Many individuals are quick to conclude that they are not injured after a car accident even though they may be; and it is important to understand how adrenaline affects the body. After any traumatic event such as an auto accident, the brain produces adrenaline and endorphins that super-charge our bodies and temporarily block the sensation of pain. Once the release of those chemicals subside, pain from any injuries could start to set in and will likely worsen the longer you prolong receiving medical treatment.
Common car accident injuries that may or may not produce immediate symptoms:
Don’t let financial concerns deter you from receiving care! Your visit is typically covered by your auto insurance policy whether you are a driver, passenger, or pedestrian and regardless of who is at fault. Florida state law requires you to receive medical treatment within 14 days of the accident to receive your personal injury protection benefits. That means if you wait until the 15th day to see a doctor, your insurance company will deny payment and leave you financially responsible for your medical bills.
Don’t risk the financial distress and potential worsening of injuries – come to Xpress Urgent Care today!
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