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I’ve been in a car accident, now what?

Even with our current orders of staying home, there are still many people on the roads. Accidents are still happening, but luckily we are helping those people post accident – 24/7. 

If you’ve been involved in a car accident, it’s normal to feel confused or even lost. That is why we are here! To relieve you of the burdens that come with being in such a situation.

Accident Medical Group assist in the post accident process by connecting you to Florida’s best medical providers and attorneys – ALL AT NO COST. We’ve broken down the exact steps to take to make sure you are entitled to benefits!

Step 1: 

You’ve been involved in a car accident, now what? Not to panic. Call 911 immediately to have an officer come to the scene. While waiting for the officer, call Accident Medical Group at 305-AMG-HELP. 

Step 2: 

Collect Evidence by taking pictures of your injuries, and vehicle. Once the officer is at the scene, file a police report.

Step 3:

Get the necessary diagnostic and treatment, provided at NO COST by Accident Medical Group. Your medical provider will always be assigned 5-10 miles from your home or place of work. Transportation is provided at NO COST, if necessary.

Step 4:

Meet with your attorney provided by Accident Medical Group at NO COST. The attorney will review your case, and will work rigorously to recover:

  • Bodily Injury Claim
  • Diminished Value
  • Medical Bills
  • Car Rental
  • Lost Wages
  • Etc.

Step 5:

Once you’ve finished your treatment, and your routine is almost back to normal – GET THE COMPENSATED YOU ARE ENTITLED TO. 

This is a reminder of the necessary and beneficial steps to take after a car accident. 

Accident Medical Group’s services are 100% NO COST TO YOU. We pride ourselves in helping those involved in these uncomfortable predicaments, to reach the best possible outcome.

Reach us 24/7 at 305-AMG-HELP if you or a loved one has been involved in a car accident, or a personal injury.

Accident Medical Group is not a law firm and we do not provide legal advice.