So, you were in a car accident but you felt mostly fine immediately after and did not go to the doctor thinking you could sleep it off. Unfortunately, instead of feeling better with little OTC pain killers and sleep every day you seem to feel worse and now you don’t know what to do. Delayed pains following a car accident are much more common than you think and the first thing you should do is call your doctor and make an appointment. The next thing you should do is call us.
Delayed Car Accident Pain
What is delayed car accident pain? It is simply aches and pains (and sometimes much more) that you don’t feel right away. Whiplash is one of the most common examples of an injury that can take weeks or even months to feel and can get worse if not professionally treated. Traumatic brain injuries are another type of serious injury that may not be something you feel immediately but begin to notice the effects later on. And lastly, the PTSD that can come from a major or minor car accident can impact you weeks down the line when things have settled down.
All of these delayed car accident injuries should be properly addressed and diagnosed by a medical professional and they should also be things that you get compensated for in a St. Louis car accident lawsuit. Dealing with the financial aftermath of a car accident is not something you should have to take on and the money we can help get you can pay for medical expenses, and more.
Get in Touch With a Kansas City, MO Car Accident Lawyer Today
The highly-rated Kansas City car accident lawyers at Krause & Kinsman know how to maximize your financial recovery following a serious personal injury accident. Call us at (816) 307-2352 or contact us online to schedule your initial free consultation today. While your injuries may have been delayed, you do not want to delay in getting in touch with us so we can work to build your strongest legal case possible. Call now to learn more about how we can help!