Personal Injury Clinic Waxahachie
If you are faced with a personal injury, our Waxahachie primary care physicians can treat and manage your pain caused by the personal injury incident. Unfortunately many people in Waxahachie are dealing with a personal injury resulting in pain such as back pain. We can help.
Most often, the personal injury is the result of an auto accident or a workplace accident. If the personal injury was caused by the negligence of another person, that injury may require an attorney to ensure you get the medical care you legally deserve. We have a partnership with a 5-star accident and injury clinic, which is the Texas Injury and Rehab Solutions. Their personal injury clinic in Waxahachie provides all of their medical care in one convenient location.
Letter of Protection
Personal injury cases usually involve an attorney. It is the attorney’s job to make sure the victim receives all of the medical care needed to live pain free. If you have an attorney, they will provide a Letter of Protection which is a legal guarantee to pay for the medical care out of the proceeds of the money won in the case. Our primary care physicians are experienced in managing care from an attorney’s Letter of Protection.
Three Types of Personal Injury
Auto Accident Injury
An auto accidents injury usually results in injury, pain, lost productivity, and an onslaught of medical bills. Our specialists at our Waxahachie auto injury clinic can be sure you get the medical treatments you legally deserve.
Workplace accidents that are on the job usually keep the injured employee from performing their job duties. Our primary care physicians will treat and manage your workplace injury clinic so you can get back to work.
Slip and Fall Injury
When an accident occurs because of someone else’s property has been neglected, it is usually referred to as a slip and fall accident. If you were injured on another persons property because of negligence, you could receive compensation for your medical bills, time off work, and even pain and suffering. Check with an attorney.