When you or a family member have been involved in a car accident in Abilene, TX, you may not immediately realize that you need medical care. Often, injuries from accidents will not become evident for a few hours (or days) afterward. If you’ve recently been involved in an automobile accident and wonder whether the symptoms, you’re now feeling are related to it, please visit us for immediate testing and observation.
Express ER in Abilene is dedicated to providing the best care possible until you have been fully diagnosed and treated for your car accident. Following your diagnostic testing and physical examination, your emergency physician at Express ER may recommend additional observation during your treatment. Additional medical observation allows our emergency physicians to properly monitor your condition as you receive treatment.
Insurance companies require documentation specific to your automobile injury to determine their amount of coverage. At Express ER in Abilene, we provide every patient with all the information they will need to file a claim, either with their insurance provider or the provider of other vehicles that may have been involved.
After you visit Abilene Express ER for your car accident testing and treatment, we will submit two insurance claims to your health insurance provider. The first health insurance claim will be from your emergency physician at Express ER that provided the medical care. The second is from our facility and will encompass all of the care received, including diagnostic imaging, laboratory testing, cultures, and more.
It’s common for some people to think that the symptoms they’re experiencing from their car accident will fade with time. However, many injuries from car accidents in Abilene will not impact a patient’s quality of life or their ability to work or attend school for several weeks. That’s why seeking diagnostics and treatment from our board-certified staff for car accidents in Abilene is so essential after the accident has occurred – even if you are not experiencing pain.