Seeking Treatment for Personal Injury During COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic
Were you injured during the COVID-19 outbreak or are you in need of ongoing medical care for a personal injury? We may be able to help.
We understand that seeking medical treatment as a result of a personal injury is difficult during this time. We contact many medical providers including orthopedic doctors, neurosurgeons, physiatrists, pain management doctors, and others. We are compiling a list of doctors and medical providers that are continuing to offer treatment to our personal injury clients.
These physicians have advised they have systems in place to continue offering medical appointments during the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, we are aware of providers offering at-home physical therapy exercises and consultations. These doctors have the capability to order labs, write a prescription or refer you to other specialists making it easy for you to get necessary remote care and continue to make progress in recovery.
These evaluations are often times taking place by video conferencing and telemedicine. If an in-office visit is necessary due to a fracture or serious injury requiring surgery additional preventative measures are being taken by these physicians including preventing contact between patients by spacing out appointment times and extensive sanitation efforts including requiring patients to wash their hands before appointments, disinfecting rooms between appointments and using surgical masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE).
We have are also aware of multiple facilities that continue to perform emergent MRI or other diagnostic imaging for those involved in a personal injury case.
Know that we are here for you if you need us. Please contact our office at 619-512-5995 if you were injured to discuss your injury or car accident case and access to medical treatment. You may also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are working remotely and an attorney or paralegal will promptly return your call.
Please stay safe! Please continue to practice social distancing and stay home!