1. Call the police and file an Accident Report.
  2. Exchange Insurance information.
  3. Call Oklahoma Injury Care to get your injuries evaluated, documented, and treated immediately.
  4. Ask us any questions about insurance or attorney representation.
You need a doctor who specializes in providing the necessary care and diagnosis of auto accident injuries. Most hospitals will rule out life threatening conditions and release patients with medications. They normally do not provide healthcare for the underlying injuries that can often lead to future pain. Because soft tissues (muscle and ligaments) are injured in most accidents it is imperative to seek continued care so the injuries can properly heal and not cause chronic pain conditions in the future. After your hospital visit you need to make an immediate appointment with a specialist like the Oklahoma Injury Care roster who direct patient care between the center's multiple treatment options.
It has been researched and documented that the damage done to a vehicle in a collision does not necessarily relate to the damage to a human occupant. Even now, cars are manufactured so well that some auto accidents may leave nothing more than a scratch. When you swerve, stop or start suddenly, or move in an uncommon direction, you could suffer whiplash injuries. Whiplash is very common in auto accidents. It is ABSOLUTELY important to seek care in these situations. Despite the lack of visible evidence that your car was involved in an accident, your body may still show the signs and symptoms. You can still suffer injuries even in minor car accidents without damage.
You are welcome to speak with your attorney at any time following your accident. If you do not have an attorney and are concerned that you will not be receiving fair reimbursement for any injuries that you have sustained, we can help you with your search for a reputable auto injury attorney. 
There is absolutely no out of pocket costs to you throughout your treatment. Your accident injury treatment is typically covered either by your auto insurance company or the other driver’s insurance company, depending on who was at fault during the accident. In order to be fully reimbursed for your claim, it is essential that you visit Oklahoma Injury Care for a full diagnostic assessment prior to settling with your insurance company.
We will immediately refer you for a MRI or any imaging necessary to further evaluate the extent of your injuries. We also work closely with other local qualified medical professionals such as orthopedics & neurologists to provide any additional necessary care.
1. Please bring a photo ID, the details of your insurance claim, and any other paperwork you have pertaining to your accident, such as a police collision report or discharge paperwork from your ER visit. 
2. Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing so your medical provider can assess your range of motion without restrictions.
3. You'll receive a thorough evaluation from a medical provider to determine the extent of your injuries, and x-ray imaging can be completed here in our office if needed.
4. While we do not dispense medication on site, you may receive one or more prescriptions for medication to control your pain, muscle spasms, and inflammation. We may also recommend intramuscular injections for more rapid management of your acute pain.
5. If needed, we can provide paperwork for restriction of physical activities such as standing or walking for long periods of time, bending over, or lifting limitations. We can also provide a note to excuse you from work or school if you require more time resting at home.