I Was in an Accident But I Don’t Feel Hurt, What Should I Do?

Even if you don’t believe that you were hurt in an accident, you should still receive medical attention. The truth is that, unfortunately, many of the worst injuries from a vehicular accident are those which may not show up immediately.
Yes, you know to get medical help if you break a limb, have clear bruising or pain in a part of your body, and so forth. However, injuries from whiplash and other internal complications may not make themselves known for some time. The last thing you want is to have settled your personal injury claim only for worse injuries to appear later on. This is one more reason why it’s so important to reach out to medical professionals as early as possible.
It’s understandable if you don’t want to reach out to medical professionals due to a lack of insurance, the potential cost of care, and so forth. However, the right personal injury attorney in California may be able to help you to receive compensation to cover your medical bills. Additionally, some attorneys have working relationships with medical professionals so that, like the attorney, the medical professionals are paid on contingency. Thus, their compensation would come out of your eventual winnings/settlement, too.