Personal Injury Attorneys in Savannah

Choosing the Right Attorney

Choosing the best personal injury attorney in Savannah can be a tough choice. There are so many to choose from, and a lot of big advertisers out there.

When you are in a car accident and have injuries that need to be treated, you of course want to hire one of the best personal injury attorneys in Savannah to help you get the treatment you need. Of course, getting compensated for your injuries is also important, but your health should be your primary concern. So, how do you choose the best personal injury attorney that can help you with both getting well and getting compensated for your injuries, lost wages, etc? We will discuss some things to look for.
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Whiplash Treatment

Whiplash Treatment

Whiplash treatment in Savannah GA

We have treated many hundreds of whiplash injuries.  We are experts in whiplash treatment and have specialized equipment specifically for treating these injuries and rehabilitating the neck (cervical spine) to its original health and curvature.

The injury itself is non-specific, so it can mean something different in two different people.  Typically, it involves an injury to either the muscles, tendons, ligaments or discs, or a combination thereof.  As there is a vast network of ligaments and muscles, an individual exam is necessary to determine the specific injury, the extend of the injury, and the correct course of treatment needed. (more…)

Car Accident Treatment

Car Accident Chiropractic Care

If you are in a car accident, you should always be checked for injuries right away.  Injuries don’t always cause pain right away.  In fact, sometimes it can be days, weeks, months, or even years before pain shows up from an injury.  This is why insurance companies want to settle quickly after an accident, before you realize the full extent of your symptoms and injuries.  These injuries may not even show up on x-ray.  X-rays do not show soft tissue damage.  So, just because a hospital took x-rays and told you they didn’t see any injuries, that does not mean the injuries are not there. (more…)

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