If you are pursuing an auto accident claim, the insurance company is likely to order an independent medical examination (IME). The examination involves a doctor assessing your medical condition to determine the extent of your injuries and confirm or refute your claims. Below are some tips to help you through the examination. Understand Questions Make sure you understand each question before giving your answer. This means you shouldn't interrupt the medical examiner.
The phrase "you get what you deserve" is sometimes taken out of context to mean that you can just sit there, and one day what you deserve will land in your lap. For most people, this is just not true. You have to fight for what you deserve, and if you've been injured due to someone else's negligence, what you deserve is compensation. Luckily, you do not have to fight alone. Hiring a personal injury attorney will go a long way towards ensuring you're awarded the compensation you deserve, either in court or via a settlement. Read more in the articles we've collected here.