Will Your Injury Claim Cover Chiropractic Treatment?
If you have been involved in a personal or work-related accident, chiropractic treatment should be covered in your injury claim. In most cases, the losing defendant should cover all of your medical expenses and damages, resulting from the accident. There are a few things to remember to help get your chiropractic treatment paid for by the injury claim. The staff at Utah Accident Clinic have dealt with hundreds of patients who have filed an injury claim. We know what documents are necessary to improve your chances of getting coverage.
Obtaining Chiropractor’s Records
In order for the insurance to cover your chiropractic treatment, you must have records that prove the treatment was necessary. Discuss the reason you are seeking treatment with your chiropractor so that they can make sure your gets you all the right paperwork. Your chiropractor will need to be as detailed as possible by pinpointing your symptoms when you first came in, the treatment you underwent during each session, and the cost of each treatment. The records and billing should be very specific and clear, otherwise, insurance companies can deny covering chiropractic treatment by claiming it was not necessary.
Important Things to Know
It is important for you to understand that even though you were in an accident, it does not guarantee coverage. In many cases, the losing defendant’s insurance company will not review chiropractic bills until after you make a full recovery. This means that you run the chance of completing treatment before finding out the status of your outstanding bills. If you want to cover all bases, it may be best to speak with a personal injury lawyer.
You Can Trust Our Chiropractor Clinics in Taylorsville and Provo, UT
We know how important it is for you to recover fully and limit the stress associated with insurance claims. Our staff makes sure we have all the information we need to have your injury claim handle your visit expense. You can trust our chiropractors to work with your insurance or the losing defendant’s insurance company. Contact us today if you have any questions and we will do our best to help you!