You’re driving down the highway, paying very close attention to the road with no distractions, when you come around a corner and notice roadwork ahead. As the careful driver you are, you begin to slow down approaching the large orange cones. Suddenly, the motorist behind rear ends your vehicle. He or she was texting behind the wheel and neglected to see that traffic had slowed.

After The Accident

Doctor showing x-ray to his patientAfter the initial crash of metal, you have no idea what to do next. You’ve never been in an accident before and have a perfect driving record! You think to yourself, “I don’t want my insurance premiums to go up because of this accident” and immediately want to call your insurance agent. However, we cannot stress how important it is to receive the proper medical treatment before doing anything else! If you’re thinking about pursuing a lawsuit against a driver who hit you, continued medical care is essential to the case.

In fact, not getting the treatment recommended by a doctor or stopping treatment early can have a very negative effect on the case. When you’re suing for damages to your vehicle and medical expenses from an injury sustained in the crash, you have to take care of yourself. You may lose credibility by not treating when you needed medical attention or ending treatment early. Trantolo & Trantolo wants you to reach your maximum medical improvement, under medical supervision. You take care of getting better. We will take care of everything else.

Why Hire Trantolo & Trantolo?

One reason that Trantolo & Trantolo is the preferred choice for representation in motor vehicle accidents is that we have a 79-year history of successfully representing injured clients. Our attorneys place a great amount of importance on their clients’ recovery, while we take care of the legal issues. Our history of success is driven by our dedication to client health and wellbeing post-accident.

When you hire Trantolo & Trantolo to handle your car accident claim, we will further explain the importance of continued medical treatment. Contact our team today to learn more!