What is my cost for medical treatment?

At the Seattle Car Accident clinics, there is no cost to you for medical treatment if the accident is not your fault, even if you did not have auto insurance at the time of your accident.  Our doctors are willing to work with personal injury attorneys to collect medical payment only after your case has settled.  If you have personal injury protection (PIP), then your medical expenses will be covered by your PIP limit, regardless who is at fault.

What to Expect?

On your first visit, plan on spending about 1 hour at our clinic.  A few minutes will be spent filling out necessary paperwork and the rest of time will be spent with a motor vehicle accident chiropractor who will be examining you and your injuries, and answering all of your questions and concerns. We are not just another motor vehicle accident clinic. We are a group of western Washington chiropractors who care about you and your situation.  We will help and guide you through this very painful process.


Can you provide attorney assistance or legal counseling?

Yes, we can put you in touch with one of our personal injury attorneys who also specialize in motor vehicle accident cases.  We refer our patients to attorneys that are experts in personal injury law and they are attorneys you can trust.

Do I need a referral from my medical doctor for care?

No.  A referral is not necessary.  You may call and schedule an appointment at any time.

Why do I have so much pain?

Anyone involved in a motor vehicle accident can suffer from whiplash.  Whiplash is characterized by a collection of symptoms that occur following damage to the neck.  Whiplash is caused by an abrupt backward and/or forward jerking motion of the head, often as a result of a motor vehicle accident.

What are the Symptoms of Whiplash

Symptoms of whiplash may be delayed for 24 hours or more after the initial trauma.  However, people who experience whiplash may develop one or more of the following symptoms: 

  • Neck pain and stiffness

  • Headaches

  • Pain in the shoulder(s) or between the shoulder blades

  • Low back pain

  • Pain, numbness, or tingling in the arm and/or hand

  • Pain, numbness, or tingling in the leg and/or foot

  • Dizziness, nausea, vomiting, ringing in the ears

  • Difficulty concentrating or remembering

  • Irritability, sleep disturbances, fatigue

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