Involved in a Car Accident?
Have you or someone you know been involved in car accident?
Pain from auto accidents can linger for years if its cause is not corrected.
Almost everyone will be involved in a car accident at some time in their life. Most people are able to walk away free of injury...or so they may think. In many cases pain or other symptoms do not start immediately after an accident. In fact, pain commonly doesn’t begin until hours later or the next day, and sometimes not for weeks or even months after the accident.
The Car was only Scratched...
The amount of damage to the car has little to do with the amount of injury sustained by the people inside. While high speed accidents often cause more serious injuries, studies indicate that injuries can occur at impact speeds as low as 5 mph where there is little or even no visible damage to the car.
The most common symptoms of accident injuries are pain or stiffness in the neck, shoulders or back sometimes associated with pain or numbness in the arms or legs. Other common symptoms include headaches, dizziness, chest pain, sleeping problems and even irritability. Most people are unaware that accident related neck or back injuries can develop into permanent joint degeneration in later years.
Can you help my Condition
Dr. Magos has successfully helped hundreds of patients injured in car accidents for more than 30 years. We focus on providing the highest quality care to help each patient achieve their ultimate level of pain-free health and wellness. If you’ve been involved in an accident, even if it seemed minor, it is important to have your spine and nervous system checked as soon as possible.
Chiropractic..Safe, Natural & Effective
Utilizing Chiropractic, our goal is to restore the health of each of our patients as quickly as possible. Chiropractic is safe, natural and effective without the use of drugs or surgery. Through careful examination and proper care we work to correct the cause of the problem. This allows your body to more effectively heal and repair damage and inflammation to muscles and nerves to not only resolve the problem, but also to help avoid more serious conditions later.
How Much Will It Cost Me?
In many cases care for auto accident injuries will likely cost you little or nothing! Almost all NJ car insurance polices cover the cost of treatment for injuries sustained in an auto accident. The state of NJ also provides insurance for car accident injuries at no cost to most NJ residents who do not own a car or have insurance. This insurance is always in effect and it covers all or most of the cost of necessary treatment. The insurance covers drivers, passengers, and anyone on the street hit by a car, and it doesn’t matter who caused the accident. If you have any questions about whether you have insurance coverage for injuries involving a car accident just call us...we’ll be happy to answer your questions. Our office also does all the insurance paperwork, and if you have a lawyer, we’ll provide all the necessary reports. We do all the work so you can concentrate on getting better.
Do I need a Lawyer?
Anyone injured in an accident should ALWAYS have their injuries checked by a doctor first. You do NOT need an attorney for your car insurance (or the state insurance) to cover car accident injuries. If you’re looking for an excellent attorney and need a recommendation we can help. Over the years our patients have used almost every attorney in the area and they have informed us which attorneys they’ve had excellent results with…and which ones they were not very happy with. Don’t leave finding a good attorney to chance, let us recommend an excellent attorney(s) that can meet or exceed your expectations.
Car Accident Quick Facts:
Pain from accident injuries sometimes doesn’t occur for days, weeks or months.
Almost all NJ residents have automatic insurance that covers treatment for car injuries, even if you don’t own a car or have insurance.
NJ automatic insurance is in effect regardless of who caused the accident and covers drivers, passengers & people on the street hit by a car.