Should I Call an Injury Attorney if I Don’t Think I’m Injured?

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Can I Still Call an Injury Lawyer If There Are No Obvious Injuries?

“The short answer is yes.”

Razavi Law Group knows we are busy people. We are always running here or there – dropping the kids off then picking them back up, trying to make that next meeting, or finally trying to have some “me time” with some friends at happy hour. So, when accidents happen, they are the last thing on our minds and the last thing we have time to fit into our schedules. 

Accidents can come out of nowhere. Razavi Law Group sees it every day. It could be a fender bender accident in traffic or a slip and fall on a small spill in the grocery store. Far too often, our first instinct is to think, “I’m fine,” because we don’t have time to fill out paperwork or deal with the embarrassment of answering questions about what happened.

Maybe we don’t feel the pain right away. It’s not uncommon for the soreness and swelling from an accident to show up a couple of days later. But a little pain and discomfort can mean there is a major problem. Even a small traffic accident can cause a 1-2mm disc bulge in your spine, which can sometimes require surgery or spinal fusion to correct.

Razavi Law Group knows your health is most important, and that a small problem today can become much worse later in life. It’s important to seek medical treatment immediately if you have been in any kind of accident. A qualified medical doctor can tell you if something is wrong even if you don’t feel it.

Razavi Law Group can help get your life back on track with no upfront costs and you won’t even have to lift a finger. Our experienced accident attorneys in Santa Ana can navigate the personal injury process for you so you can focus on what is most important: your health.

Call us for free any time of day, any day of the week at (949) 734-0476. It’s our job to make things easy on you so you get back to living your life.

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