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What to do after an accident?

Early access and treatment planning are essential for both you and your attorney. The sooner that they know what your situation is, the sooner they will be able to educate you on the process of getting financial compensation due to an injury after an accident.

The foundation of all successful teamwork is good communication. Dr. Steven Perry, D.C. prioritizes keeping your attorney updated on your treatment progress so that they are prepared and have everything they need to represent you accurately when it is time for you to get the reimbursement that you may be entitled to. Along with this communication, our office sends your medical reports to your attorney to avoid any confusion or complication. 

Besides just sending your medical records to your attorney directly, we also make sure they arrive quickly and accurately. This is essential so that your attorney can submit the records to insurance as soon as possible. This is a key part of your case so that you can receive your benefits. 

When it comes to accident treatment, experience matters. Attorneys prefer to have doctors who know the documentation process and have the expertise to help patients deal with injuries after a car accident. Dr. Steven Perry, D.C. not only has experience in helping address your injuries but also with trial testimony and depositions, which means that he knows what medical information is important. By keeping detailed notes that outline all of these important aspects, he can help your case go smoother.

If you would like to contact us and find out about your injuries, give us a call at (818)881-2225.  If you live in the Woodland Hills, Winnetka, Encino, West Hills, Reseda, Van Nuys, Northridge, Studio City, Chatsworth, and Sherman Oaks we are close to you. We have early morning and early evening appointments available.  Give us a call today!

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