How do you prove your back injuries if you were in a rear end car accident in Florida?

Posted By on September 20, 2016

In this video, Alan Sackrin answers a question that he has been asked many times before by clients and visitors to this site. If you have questions after watching the video, Alan is available to talk with you now and answer your questions free of charge:

Q: How do you prove your back injuries if you were in a rear end car accident in Florida?

A: If you were involved in a rear-end car accident in Florida, in order to prove your back injuries, you must show what medical treatment that you received as a result of the accident. You must show the medical bills that you received as a result of the accident. You must bring in friends and relatives to talk about how, in fact, the accident has affected your life and what complaints you have and what limitations you have that you didn’t have before the accident. You must bring in radiological studies such as X-rays or MRIs which might be able to definitely show what injuries you did sustain in an accident. Although, many times, it is difficult through an X-ray or an MRI to show what actually resulted from the accident as opposed to what preexisted the accident.

    There are multitude of things that you must bring in court or bring to an insurance adjuster to show that you have sustained a back injury in a Florida car accident case. It would also be advisable to show substantial property damage to the car in which you are in or to the car which struck in the event there is such property damage, to bring pictures or videos of that damage.

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