Seeking Adequate Medical Care after a Car Collision

December 2016

A person in a car crash often does not know how badly they are hurt.  In some instances, the injury is easily identified.  In other cases, a person may not know immediately just how badly they were hurt at the time of the collision.  A very common example is a person who does not know that they hit their head on something at the time of the collision until they notice blood or days later notice a bump on their head.  That is why at Herrick & Hart we always recommend that after a car collision you seek adequate medical care.  An injured person is much better to be safe rather than sorry when dealing with a car collision.  A medical professional can make an evaluation of the injury and recommend a course of treatment to start the healing process on the right path.

At Herrick & Hart, we have been representing the injured for over 60 years.  We have seen the impact that car collisions can have on a person's life.  We help people put their lives back together after they have been hurt due to the fault of another.  We offer a free consultation on personal injury cases.  For more information on personal injury cases, check out our frequently asked questions.

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