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It’s extremely important that following any sort of injurious accident that occurred at the fault of another that you seek medical attention right away. Not only is this imperative for your own health – should a personal injury case arise from your incident, the sooner you have your injuries assessed by a medical professional, the better off your case may unfold. Should you visit the hospital directly following your incident, they may refer you to submit to an X-Ray test. Whatever the hospital asks of you, it is in your best interest to follow through. However, there are some injuries, such as a herniated disc, impingement on a thecal sac, soft-tissue injuries, etc., that an X-Ray may miss.

Why Submitting To An MRI Test Is Crucial To Your Personal Injury Case

Personal injury attorneys require an in-depth analysis of your injuries. Since an MRI paints the most descriptive picture of your injuries, we always recommend to our patients that they submit to an MRI test. We’re well connected throughout the medical community on Long Island and can help both potential clients, as well as current clients, find professional medical doctors (who perform MRI testing) closest to their place of living so both their testing and their treatment is convenient as possible for them. We want our clients to be treated for all injuries caused by their accident and recover as soon as possible. We also strive to obtain the maximum compensation our clients are entitled to. Therefore, submitting to the most in-depth diagnostic testing possible for injuries sustained in your accident is paramount.

Who Will Pay For Your MRI Scan?

If you were in a car accident or were hit by a car in New York State, No-Fault will cover your MRI scan (click here to learn about No-Fault). It’s important you file your No-Fault application within 30 days of your incident or you may risk being denied coverage. Should you choose to retain Palermo Law, P.L.L.C., to manage your car accident case, we are happy to assist you in filing your No-Fault application – but it is crucial that you contact us as soon as possible following your incident.

However, should No-Fault coverage not apply to you, the personal injury attorneys at Palermo Law, P.L.L.C., will fight aggressively to obtain you the compensation you are entitled to in order to compensate you for all your medical bills – which will cover your MRI examination.