How Chiropractic and Personal Injury Law Fit Together
A lot of our work as personal injury lawyers is helping those who have been involved in an accident recover their lives. What we want is to help them receive the necessary treatment that will get them moving and functioning once more. Pensacola chiropractic centers are extremely helpful with correction of back and neck injuries, as well as helping lawyers to develop settlements appropriate to what it will actually take to have an injured person treated adequately.
Not only do chiropractic providers assist with treatment, they also assist with diagnosis. Understanding the full scope of an injury is vital to the determination of the personal injury case. Chiropractors routinely assist personal injury lawyers in helping to determine the extent of injuries, both present and potential, as well as, provide a course of treatment and therapy that will help the injured person live a life that is free of pain or as free of pain as possible given the extent of injury(s). For this reason, as well as the statute of limitations, you should go to an experienced chiropractor as soon as possible if you even suspect that an accident has caused you injury.
We are in the business of helping people. Most personal injury lawyers are people who believe in standing up for the little guy and helping him or her receive just compensation. Often we get a bad rap because of exaggerated claims about what we do. The truth is that we work with doctors and chiropractors here in Pensacola routinely. We’re not trying to scam anyone. What we’re trying to do is help an injured person and his or her family heal from the trauma of an accident. That requires a full understanding of what has happened to the body, what could happen without treatment, and the potential for recovery if he or she receives appropriate treatment.
We feel as personal injury lawyers that it is very important to work with chiropractors and other therapists here in Pensacola because of their commitment and expertise in the treatment of soft tissue injuries, disk injuries, and other nerve injuries stemming from an accident. Working with specialists is important, in our opinion. While many people in the past may not have fully understood the role that chiropractors play in treating back injuries, that is changing. Advances in the field, new research, and evidence based models have shown chiropractic medicine as being highly advantageous to the rehabilitation of injured persons, especially those with skeletal injuries.
When it comes to rehabilitation and treatment, we want our clients to get the best. That means understanding the problem so that we can promote the correct solution to the courts to treat injuries and get our clients the help they need to get back on their feet.