Car crash injuries are covered at 100% in Delaware by law. Most plans have a minimum of $15,000 in coverage to help you recover from your car injuries even if you were at fault or the passenger.
Your own insurance is who covers you, even if you were hit by someone else.
Going to the doctor will NOT make your rates go up. It’s the law.
The claim process is simple and we can help you fill out any paperwork needed to help reduce your stress in dealing with this situation.
Our main goal is to get you healing as fast as possible and make any medical referrals as necessary.
We work directly with your attorney for your most fair settlement.
Call IMMEDIATELY if you have been in any sort of collision! (302) 408 0000.
Auto injuries, whether they are low impact or a high speed collision, can cause significant damage to your spinal column and its proper alignment. Many times you will not feel any pain following an auto collision as your body is releasing natural endorphins, but when these endorphins wear off you can experience symptoms. Sometimes these symptoms appear the next day and sometimes weeks later. So it is always important to get checked right away to see how much trauma there might be. Whiplash is a relatively common car crash injury that occurs to a person's neck following a sudden acceleration-deceleration force, most commonly from auto accidents. The term "whiplash injury" describes damage to both the bone structures and soft tissues, while "whiplash associated disorders" describes a more severe and chronic condition. If this goes uncorrected it can lead to early degeneration in your cervical spine and neck. While some people involved in minor motor vehicle accidents recover quickly without any chronic symptoms, others may not experience symptoms right away, but develop symptoms months to years later. This can lead to chronic and permanent damage to the spine and nervous system.
Each individual auto injury is different; it is not possible to generalize about chiropractic treatment. The appropriate chiropractic treatment strategy is unique to each auto injury and is directed at the primary dysfunctions detected during the examination and x-rays. However, we commonly use several types of treatment for auto collision injuries. Chirorpractic adjustments gently treat areas of spinal dysfunction allowing the nerves to heal and deliver proper information to your tissues.
Rehabilitation exercises are also prescribed and taught to be done at home or at a health club to stabilize the condition and prevent it from returning. Massage therapy is often recommended for the damage that occurred to the muscles tendons and ligaments. Massage or other advanced soft tissue techniques are often recommended for the damage that occurs to muscles, tendons and ligaments. Massage accelerates the healing process by decreasing inflammation, stress and strain with damage that occurred to the postural muscles in your neck and back along with any extremity problems that may have occurred.
It is very important to get your spine checked as soon as possible after an auto accident so you do not end up suffering from these injuries long term, which if left untreated can lead to chronic pain, stiffness, premature spinal decay and arthritis, decreasing the quality of life that was intended for you.