How do I report my Fort Myers Whiplash?
The Wrong Way to Report your Injuries
A big mistake Fort Myers Whiplash patients make is going to a local ER where they sit for hours among very sick patients because they believe this is the best way to report their car accident injuries.
Patients will wait for hours at the ER and get exposed to excessive CT scans. Additionally, they’ll often place a lien on Fort Myers Whiplash patients just for walking through the ER doors. At the end of it all, most ERs miss the diagnosis of whiplash and report ‘no acute injuries’. After that long wait, risk, and cost, they may not even give you a prescription for your pain and injuries.
In the event that you call Dr. Huffman instead to use his services, he’ll get you the pain medications you need, often delivered to your front door. More importantly, you access all of these services without you ever leaving the safety and comfort of your own home.
Until recently car accidents and whiplash patients had no options but to go to local ERs and urgent care. In part, because primary care physicians refuse to see injured patients, even their own established patients.