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July 2012 Archives

Be Careful When Signing Medical Authorizations

After a car accident, the victim of the accident will be contacted by the responsible party's insurance company. The insurance company's adjuster will ask a series of questions that may seem routine and harmless, but you should keep in mind the reasoning behind these questions. The insurance company is not your friend, and answering these questions in the wrong way could damage your case and ruin your chances for recovering compensation.

Car Accidents That Cause Severe Neck and Back Pain

On a daily bases clients tell us about the excruciating neck and/or back pain they feel days after their Connecticut car accident. Soft tissue injuries of the neck and back can be deceiving in their severity and duration. Car accident victims are often surprised at how neck or back pain interferes with job performance or prevents them from completing daily tasks they once took for granted. Once a normal routine of getting out of bed and brushing their teeth, becomes a painful chore. Driving to work, sitting behind a desk, all tasks once taken for granted, seem overwhelming due to the increase in back and neck pain.