With car accidents happening every day in the United States, the likelihood of you being involved in one is high.
Fortunately, many accidents are fender benders that are easily forgotten about.
Other accidents, however, have catastrophic and even fatal outcomes.
After accidents, your adrenaline will be pumping, and you likely won't feel the effects of the accident right away.
But once you've started to settle, and you've put some time between yourself and the accident, symptoms will start appearing.
Many people ask How long will I be sore after a car accident?
Many times these types of injuries are soft tissue injuries, like whiplash or back injuries.
Fortunately, these types of injuries can be treated by a car accident chiropractor.
Like any other form of healthcare, the cost of chiropractic care after an accident can add up quickly.
And if another driver's negligence caused your accident, you shouldn't have to pay for the care.
So after a personal injury accident, how are you reimbursed for chiropractic care?
Will a personal injury claim cover chiropractic treatment?
We'll explore that question in the article below.