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Why You Shouldn't Ignore Dizziness After An Accident

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After you have been involved in a car accident, you might feel dizzy. This is a symptom that you should not ignore because it can be a warning sign that there is something wrong with you medically. You will want to seek medical attention immediately and speak to a car accident lawyer for several reasons.

Types of Dizziness After a Car Accident

You might feel light-headedness and a sense of disconnection from your body. You may feel like you're unable to keep your balance and you may also feel like the room is spinning. You may even feel like you're losing consciousness. 

Regardless of your symptoms, you will need to undergo tests to find out why you are feeling so dizzy. Your doctor will likely order blood tests and will also perform eye movement and head movement tests. You may need medication, therapy, or surgery to treat your dizziness. 

You'll want to receive medical care because the cause of your dizziness might be a very serious condition caused by the accident. Also, if you do not receive prompt medical care, the insurance provider of the other driver might use this as a reason to argue that your injuries must not have been as serious as you claimed.

The Role of Your Medical Records In Your Case

Medical records are an important part of any personal injury case because they will be used to calculate the damages you have suffered. Then, you and your lawyer will be able to write a demand letter to the insurance provider including all of your current medical bills and expected future medical expenses. If you will also be seeking compensation for pain and suffering, your medical records will show that the pain and suffering you experience is directly related to the medical condition you're suffering from due to the accident.

Another important part of your medical records is that the insurance provider will do everything possible to deny your claim. The insurance provider might argue that your injuries were the result of an event outside of work or that you are not as injured as you claim. With the help of your medical records and your car accident attorney, you will be able to prove that you are entitled to compensation and you will be able to pursue a settlement that is much higher than the low-ball settlement that the insurance adjuster will most likely offer you. For more valuable information, contact a group like Cantor Injury Law today.