Why Adkore for your car accident injury treatment?
At Adkore, we have over 13 years of experience treating auto accident injuries. At our Florida physical rehabilitation facilities, we help you every step of the way by identifying your medical needs, ironing out the details with the insurance company, and developing a plan to heal your pain. We know your rights, and we are always here to help.
Our Treatment Process:
- Get an exam. If you have been in an auto accident, come in to Adkore Rehabilitation & Chiropractic in Sanford or Orange City, FL for a professional evaluation by one of our auto accident doctors.
- Build a case. Our experienced office staff knows how to get the most care for your auto accident coverage. We’ll open the case with your insurer and stay under your maximums.
- Develop a plan. Once your insurance case is open, we’ll develop a customized treatment plan just for you--drawing on the many resources at Adkore - that also conforms to your insurance requirements.
When you consult Adkore for auto accident injury treatment, you’ll benefit from:
- Same-day treatment with a doctor
- We handle all your bills through your insurance company
- Soothing, clean facility
- Our team truly cares about the recovery of our patients
- We accept all auto insurance plans
- We have experience working with attorneys
- Get all the treatments you need under one roof
- Free transportation to and from the office while your car is repaired
Your best defense is to be prepared if you or someone you know were to get into a car accident!
Auto Accident Injury Treatment Options
You don’t have to live with the pain. Get started on your road to recovery today.
Adkore offers top-quality treatment and customer-focused care for all auto accident injuries. We are a different kind of rehabilitation center. We meet the diverse needs of our patients by providing a comprehensive range of rehabilitation services, all under one roof. Based on a medical evaluation, we will determine the custom treatment plan that meets your needs. This may include one or more of the rehabilitation services outlined below.
Physical therapy can be an effective way of treating a wide range of auto accident injuries and pain caused by collision-related trauma. Physical therapy is often most successful when used in combination with chiropractic or massage treatment. Whether your auto accident has left you with back pain, neck pain, stiffness or weakness, our physical therapists have the experience to help you find the pain relief you are looking for.
Massage therapy can be used as a part of a personalized, comprehensive treatment plan to help you recover and find pain relief from your auto accident injuries. Clinical massage therapy treatment is designed to focus around your individual medical goals to address your tension and pain.
As one of the largest and most established alternative medicine options today, chiropractic treatment can be utilized as a safe and effective form of natural healing. Auto accident patients suffering from neck pain, back pain and headaches often benefit from the natural healing offered by chiropractic medicine. Our staff will work with you to determine if chiropractic treatment is the proper course of action for addressing your auto accident injuries.
Non-surgical spinal decompression can be an effective method for the treatment of back pain caused by disc conditions as a result of an auto accident. Decompression helps to reduce pressure on the vertebral joints and promote self healing through relief of chronic back and neck pain.
Understanding Florida's No-Fault Auto Insurance
As a car accident victim in Florida, you should be covered through medical payments coverage from an automobile insurance policy. "Med pay," as this type of insurance is often called, has two main advantages:
- It pays the medical bills as soon as they are submitted by your doctor.
- It pays them without regard to who was responsible for causing the accident.
This means you do not have to wait for a determination of how the accident happened and avoid the risk of having to pay the bills yourself if the outcome of your personal injury claim should be unfavorable. Med pay is often the only way to ensure you receive the treatment you need.
When it comes to financing your auto accident injury treatment, it doesn’t matter who was at fault.
In the state of Florida, you may be entitled to a minimum of $10,000 in personal injury protection benefits and lost wages regardless of who was at fault in your car wreck, but you need to understand the time limits, treatment options, and refuting practices to make sure you get all of your benefits.
Time Limits for Seeking Treatment
As of 2012, under Florida's no-fault auto insurance, you have a 14 day window after the date of your accident to seek treatment. If you do not see a doctor with in the 14 days, you will lose access to your personal injury protection (PIP) coverage for that accident. This is why it is so very important to schedule a consultation from a car accident doctor as soon as possible following your accident.
Florida Auto Accident Law Resources
If you have a problem or complaint related to Florida's no-fault auto insurance or a claim, the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation may be able to help. Complaints may be submitted online at https://apps.fldfs.com/eservice. You can also voice concerns with your elected representative in the Florida Legislature.
Frequently Asked Questions About Auto Accidents in Florida
At Adkore Rehabilitation & Chiropractic, we specialize in helping auto accident victims recover as quickly and as painlessly as possible. Have you been in a car accident in Florida? Here are some frequently asked questions you may be wondering about.
How long do I have to seek medical attention after an auto accident?
After your auto accident, you have 14 days to seek medical attention or you will lose access to your personal injury protection (PIP) coverage for that accident.
What if the auto accident isn’t my fault?
Florida is a “no-fault” state, meaning you have insurance protection regardless of whose fault the auto accident was. It’s important to know the law’s specific guidelines to ensure you get the protection you need.
Do I still need to see a doctor if I don’t feel any pain or have visual injuries?
Yes. Even the subtlest fender bender can cause injuries that can go unnoticed for months. It is important to seek medical attention right away to properly evaluate auto accident injuries before they become worse.
What are my auto accident treatment options?
Adkore offers top quality treatment plans for an array of auto accident injuries. Based on your personal medical evaluation, your treatment plan could include chiropractic treatment, physical therapy, massage therapy, or decompression treatment.
What’s the typical process of being treated for an auto accident?
At Adkore Rehabilitation Centers, we start with an evaluation of your auto accident injuries by one of our auto accident doctors. Our experienced office staff will then build a case for your injuries, working with your insurer to get the most benefits without going over your maximum. We then develop a personalized treatment plan that will start your road to recovery using many of Adkore’s resources that also conform to your insurance policy.
How long will my auto accident treatment take?
Treatment duration depends on how serious your auto accident injuries are, and how many treatments it will take to ensure a full recovery. Because our treatment plans are personalized to your injuries, there isn’t a set length of treatment.
How much compensation will I get for treatment under Florida’s auto accident laws?
In Florida, you may be entitled to $10,000 in benefits, regardless of whose fault the auto accident was. It’s important to know all of the treatment options and time guidelines to receive the full coverage.
Will my insurance cover rehabilitation treatment?
Adkore accepts all auto insurance plans. Our experience staff works directly with your insurance provider, handling medical bills and insurance limitations so you can get the treatment you need.
What type of coverage do I get with Med Pay?
If you are covered by Med Pay, medical bills will be paid for as soon as they are submitted by your doctor, and will be paid regardless of who’s at fault for the auto accident. Med Pay is often the only way to ensure you receive the treatment you need.
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