Centennial Chiropractors Answer FAQs: Auto Injuries

Centennial Chiropractors of Mountain View Pain Center Answer FAQ’s related to Auto Accident Injuries.

Who will pay for my medical bills?

In the State of Colorado, treatment for all injuries suffered in an auto accident is paid for by your “med-pay”, and unless you specifically wave this coverage on your insurance policy, you automatically have a minimum coverage of $5,000, meaning in most cases you will have no out of pocket costs. If your medical costs exceed $5,000, depending on your policy, you still may be completely covered. Also, if you have a lawyer that you’re working with, we can work with you on a lien basis. This means we will wait for your case to settle to get paid.

Why is it important to get care after an auto accident?

Research has shown that even a minor auto accident can have long lasting residual effects.  With the proper care we can help you heal properly with high quality chiropractic care, physical therapy and a specially designed rehabilitation plan to reduce your pain.

What if I didn’t get care right after my accident does that mean I can’t get care?

No, if your pain is related to you auto injury you have up to a year to get care.

How long does it take to heal properly?

This is all depending on the severity of your auto accident.  It is extremely important that you get diagnosed properly and get the proper treatment to deal with your injury.

Would my insurance premium go up if I get care?

If you are not at fault, your premium will not go up. If you are at fault, your premium will go up regardless if you use your “med-pay” or not. The residual effects of your auto accident will cost more in the long run if you do not get proper treatment right away.

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