Engaging in rehabilitation following an automobile collision is an essential step of recovery. It can help you with pain relief and have you on your way to resume your pre-accident activities of daily living, recreation, and employment.
You are always entitled to choose your own treatment providers so long as they are set up to deal with the auto insurance system. If the assessment and treatment requested by them are considered reasonable and necessary, then the insurer is obligated to pay for their services.
All treatment providers should advocate for their patient’s needs. However, when an insurer hires a provider, their degree of advocacy may be limited. Insurers may not advise you to seek all necessary care because it is in their best interest to keep costs down. Any delays and gaps work to their benefit. At the end of the day, be sure to choose the treatment provider that you trust and feel is advocating fully on your behalf.
On your own, obtaining necessary medical care and financial support can seem almost impossible. A team of personal injury lawyers can help guide you through the entire process making sure that all your medical care needs and payments are taken care of.
Have any questions or concerns regarding an automobile accident? Findlay ensures your rights are preserved and gives the personal attention you deserve. Call 905-522-9799 to arrange a free initial legal consultation with Findlay Personal Injury Lawyers. Our lawyers will work to ensure you will be compensated accurately for your motor vehicle accident. We proudly serve Hamilton, Brantford, Burlington, St. Catharines, Niagara Falls, Grimsby, and other areas of Ontario.
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