The most common type of car accident that many people face is where both involved parties seem to be either not injured at all or only have minor injuries. There may not be any visible wounds, cuts or bleeding but there may indeed be an underlying injury from inside and that can be quite serious. Individuals who believe they do not have to visit a doctor because there is no injury or the injury is minor, could be making a big mistake. Injuries that are caused internally can get worse over time if left untreated. And thus, immediate treatment is ultimately essential.
Many people experience car accidents where there are no visible cuts or wounds and they ignore the need to visit a doctor. Generally, an individual may not feel any pain just after the accident due to a heavy rush of adrenaline. After 24 hours, people can begin to feel the symptoms of the incident, from neck pain, back pain, shoulder pain, dizziness etc. Therefore, seeking immediate medical care and treatment after the car accident is important in order to diagnose the cause of the individual’s symptoms.
If a person wants to file a personal injury lawsuit, they will need medical documents from a health expert to prove the fact of an injury. Without a strong backing of medical documents to prove this, no lawyer will be ready to take your case.
Automobile accidents are unfortunate circumstances, unfortunately resulting unexpectedly in most common cases. Auto accident can be both physically and mentally troublesome. It is an overwhelming situation and can give long lasting mental and physical trauma to the people involved. Once an individual has suffered an auto collision, the first and most important step that a person needs to take should be to visit a doctor. For more information, please feel free to ask Dr. Jimenez or contact us at (915) 850-0900.