Phone or Text: 206-684-9454

Minimal property damage does not mean minimal injuries

I was speaking with a Seattle chiropractor, Dr. Raymond Sue (http://www.univchiro.com/), a few weeks ago and he was kind enough to share the attached article with me.  The article reviews a study that was conducted by Arthur Croft and Michael Freeman.freeman-article.  Although it can be quite technical, the message is pretty clear.  The amount of property damage to a vehicle is an unreliable predictor of the severity of the injuries which the passengers have suffered.

If you’ve been in an accident that has not caused much damage to your vehicle, don’t listen to an insurance adjuster or anyone else who tells you that you don’t have a claim.  If you think you’ve been injured, go get examined by a doctor or chiropractor and consult an attorney.  Better to be safe than sorry.

As always your comments are welcomed.

Ryan Pauley

The material on this web site is for informational purposes only. We are not providing legal advice. Using this website does not create an attorney-client relationship between Pauley Law Group, PLLC and the user or browser. You should contact Pauley Law Group, PLLC directly at 206-684-9454 to obtain legal advice or legal representation.

Website Design For Financial Services Professionals | Copyright 2022 AdvisorWebsites.com. All rights reserved