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Whiplash Legal Consultaion

Within the past 12 months, an individual is involved in a motor vehicle crash that is not his/her fault.  

 The individual contacts our office seeking help.

 The insurance company for the at-fault driver does not call him/her back, or the individual is having problems with the at-fault insurance company.

 We evaluate the individual/patient and determine if our office can help him/her with injuries.  If we can, we offer to treat him/her without the individual/patient having to go out of pocket for treatment related to their crash [they do not have to pay us to start getting treatment.

The individual may have gone to the emergency room and is worried about medical bills already incurred but is still experiencing pain from the crash and is afraid to seek further medical treatment.

A free attorney consultation is provided.

If the attorney is retained, the patient is not charged anything and never has to pay the attorney out of pocket.  The attorney helps gather the police report and any crash evidence and repair the vehicle.  

If the attorney is retained, the patient is not charged anything and never has to pay the attorney out of pocket.  The attorney helps to gather the police report and any crash evidence and get the vehicle repaired.  

Upon completion of treatment, our office sends medical records to the patient’s attorney.

 The attorney deals with the insurance companies, so the patient/individual does not have to.

The attorney gathers all damages documentation and attempts to resolve the case without a lawsuit being filed.

 Our office helps to coordinate any treatment needs a patient may need.

 Most cases are resolved without a lawsuit being filed.  If a lawsuit has to be filed, litigation begins.

Once a case is resolved, the medical treatment the patient received is paid for, the attorney is paid for [both of these out of money from the at-fault driver’s insurance], and the patient receives money for having to go through this process [and other damages they may be entitled to – such as lost wages and future treatment].