How to Recover from a FallDecember 13, 2018
Auto accidents can be scary and traumatic experiences if severe enough. Thankfully, we here at Keystone are here to help you during your recovery. Here are some tips to consider after experiencing an auto accident.
- Shock is a normal reaction. After an accident, you may find yourself in a state of disbelief as the adrenaline rushes through your body. When this happens, try to sit down until the initial shock has passed to help you calm down. Shock can linger sometimes for hours or days, depending on how severe the accident was to endure. This is a normal response to this type of situation.
- Chances are you have injuries. Expect to be evaluated by a medical professional. From bruises to broken bones, accidents can cause a wide variety of “souvenirs.” It’s important to get medical help after an accident to determine what is wrong and what needs to be done to help you heal.
- Medical issues may show up later rather than sooner. Stay aware of any changes occurring in your body after an accident. Adrenaline has the ability to mask underlying issues, especially those associated with pain. Whiplash can occur days later, along with headaches, aches, and pains. Pay attention and alert your doctor if anything new arises.
- Your insurance company and/or lawyer needs to know every detail. Personal injury lawyers can assist you with your rights in regards to being in an accident. As for your health insurance company and auto insurance company, their job is to help make sure you are covered for injuries and vehicle damage. Secure documentation and provide every detail you can remember.