What are Your Options for Reporting Your Car Accident Injuries
Your first option is to go to a local ER or urgent care center. Although, that may actually be a big mistake. Why could going to the ER be such a big mistake you may ask? Well, to start, the ER can typically cost you $5,000 just to walk through the door. Included in this large hospital bill are a waiting room full of sick patients, exposure to excessive and unnecessary CT scans, and no diagnosis for your whiplash and soft tissue injuries. This long and expensive trip often leaves you back at square one.
Until recently, car crash and whiplash patients had no option but to go to a local ER and urgent care. Part of the reason is that primary care physicians refuse to see injured patients, even their own established patients.
A better approach to reporting your injuries and securing the benefits you are entitled to is to call Dr. Huffman for a simple cell phone telemedicine injury visit.
Don’t waste your time, risk your health or waste your money sitting in a local ER with sick people for hours. Alternatively, call Dr. Huffman from the comfort and privacy of your own home 24/7 and avoid the risk of losing your healthcare benefits. The injury call and consultation is FREE. More importantly, if you do choose to use Dr. Huffman’s telemedicine services, the responsible insurer pays for the telemedicine visit.
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Dr. Huffman also works alongside local Largo injury attorneys to ensure the best chance that you will be treated fairly by the auto insurer. Although, many injured patients do not need attorneys. If you do need a Largo injury attorney, we can help you find the best one for your case.
Together this local team of injury providers will be with you every step of the way to your final recovery.
Call (866) 402-4250 for a FREE medical Consult with an Injury Medical Physician. See why so many of your friends, family, and neighbors are using Dr. Huffman and his telemedicine injury services to help them through this difficult and complicated post-injury process.
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