What Should I Do About Back Pain After a Car Accident in Colorado?

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Car accidents can be terrifying and hold long-lasting consequences such as a wide array of physical injuries.  If you have experienced back pain as the result of a car accident, there is potential for you to seek compensation for your injuries.  However, insurance companies  may try to minimize this amount.  As long as you do not sign a release of liability, you likely may still seek any compensation for your injuries.

One of the biggest mistakes you can make after an accident is ignoring your pain.  Back injuries are notorious for taking awhile to manifest symptoms.  Your pain may get worse over time and its important that you address it so that you can pursue the appropriate compensation later on down the road.

If you or a loved one has been in injured in a car accident, call (512) 246 2224 for a 100% free case evaluation with a Colorado car accident attorney today.

What To Do When You Start Feeling Back Pain

1. Go to a doctor

The best thing that you can do for yourself and your claim is to go see a doctor in order to have your injuries evaluated by a professional.  Not only will this allow you to develop a treatment plan to address your back pain going forward, but it will also allow you to have records of your injuries and treatment.  This will be important evidence in your claim.

2. Speak to an attorney

While you don’t have to have an attorney, it is highly advisable that you consider hiring one.  Having an experienced attorney is the best way to make sure that you are being treated fairly and are putting yourself in the best position to seek maximum compensation.

3. Consider treatment from a chiropractor

Consider going to seek treatment from an experienced chiropractor.  A chiropractor will have the best advice about treating your back pain and what you can do to minimize the risk of having permanent pain that will last a lifetime.

4. Don’t sign or agree to anything with insurance:

Never sign anything that an insurance company gives you after an accident without speaking to an attorney.  Unfortunately, insurance companies often take advantage of vulnerable accident victims who may sign away their rights without realizing it.  You could be signing away your chance to seek compensation for your injuries.

5. Keep all records

Do not throw anything away when dealing with a personal injury claim.  Documentation is very important, and the evidence will greatly bolster the strength of your claim.  Keep your medical records organized along with any other relevant documentation related to the accident.

What to Expect From an Insurance Company

Insurance companies and the attorneys working for them are hardworking and often times fair and reasonable.  Unfortunately, however, it is important to keep in mind that it is the sole goal of an insurance company to turn a profit.  This means that they will work very hard to try and pay you as little as possible for your injuries.  Never accept an initial low-ball offer of settlement and trust your attorney to advise you about what is appropriate.

Our Colorado Car Accident Attorneys May Help

Suffering back pain after a car accident can be an overwhelming and isolating experience.  Dealing with the legal fall-out is something you should never have to go through alone.  Our accident attorneys have the experience to help you seek the maximum compensation that you may be entitled to as the result of back pain after a car accident.

Additionally, our attorneys at Zinda Law Group believe that quality representation should never be out of reach for anyone due to cost.  That is why we work on a contingency fee basis.  This means that unless we secure you compensation for your claim, you don’t owe us anything.

Give us a call today at 512 246 2224 to discuss your situation and how we may be able to help!


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