Yes, it will help your case to track the mileage and loss of work relative to your case.
No, we do that. You will sign the appropriate forms at the initial interview appointment that allow us to represent you in all matters related to your claim.
Medical providers may require you to sign a contract called an "assignment" where you agree that the provider is to be paid from the settlement/verdict if your case goes to trial.
Some medical providers will file a lien and wait until the case settles to be paid. This is not the type of lien on your property, but rather a lien on the settlement proceeds the law requires to be honored at the time of settlement or verdict if case goes to trial.
Headaches, dizziness, visual disturbance, sleep disturbance, anxiety, depression, teeth grinding, jaw pain, clenching of the jaw, muscle spasms, muscle stiffness, restricted range of motion, and radiating pain. If you are experiencing any of the above listed symptoms you should seek medical attention promptly.
You are putting your health at risk by delaying treatment so you are better off seeing a health care provider and letting that provider tell you if you are injured or not. If you have a primary health care provider, call that doctor’s office and advise his staff you were involved in a motor vehicle accident and need to be seen right away. If they are unable to make an appointment for you within a 48-hours, you should go to an Urgent Care facility, Emergency Room or Chiropractor. Chiropractors are trained to perform the same physical examination as medical doctors, although a chiropractor