Should I go to the doctor after my Florida car accident?

Should you go to the doctor after you get involved in an automobile accident? That's a tough question. That really comes down to your decision. You know your own body. You know what you feel. You know whether you're experiencing pain or not. We always recommend if a potential client is experiencing pain and feels like they need to see the doctor, then they should. Typically if a client has PIP or no fault insurance and they're a Florida driver, then that will cover the first $10,000 of medical treatment. It actually covers 80% and up to $10,000. As long as the person treats within the first 14 days and sees a medical doctor or DO and they find that they've experienced an emergency medical condition, then that will be maxed out at $10,000. If they don't do that or if the MD doesn't find an emergency medical condition, then it'll actually be capped at $2,500.

Testimonials
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“The attorneys at Donaldson & Weston helped me get an amazing result on my case. Obviously I’ve been through a lot physically but I feel better now and the money really helped my family. When I was riding my bicycle I was hit by a truck that wasn't paying attention. I am not the suing type, but I would definitely hire this firm again.”
MP
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“After my accident, i felt like I was being pulled in a bunch of different directions. I really didn't know what to do and all I wanted was someone to shoot me straight. The lawyers at the firm were so honest and definitely pointed me in the right direction. The staff was professional. I think it’s great that only attorneys work on my case, it definitely made me feel comfortable”
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“After my accident happened I waited to hear back from the insurance company for about 6 months. I just felt like they kept jerking me around. They even told me not to hire an attorney because it would mean less money in my pocket. I couldn't wait any longer because my bills were out of hand. I hired this firm and they were solid. I got a great result without having to go to court.”
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