Kentucky Pain Institute and Spurlock Chiropractic Centre accepts patients from all insurance providers, although we may not be contracted providers for your specific insurance. However, we will work with you in order to provide the best medical and financial experience.
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By concentrating on spinal injuries, Kentucky Pain Institute and Spurlock Chiropractic Centre lead the way in the handling of worker's compensation cases.
Anyone who has suffered an injury in the workplace knows that it can be a traumatic experience. One of the most important decisions one can make is finding an experienced doctor who can help in the treatment of work related injuries. Our providers are experienced in handling all aspects of worker's compensation claims.
The early, accurate diagnosis and treatment of spinal injuries is critical to containing the damage that can result from a serious back or neck injury. If you have suffered a spinal injury as a result of a work related injury, we are here to help. If you have questions, please contact us via email at email@example.com or call us at 606.784.1115 or 1.800.318.4444.
At Kentucky Pain Institute and Spurlock Chiropractic Centre, we specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of spinal injuries caused by a motor vehicle accident. Our experience tells us that patients who seek care early will have the best outcomes, and we have helped numerous patients recover and heal after suffering this trauma.
Kentucky is deemed a "No Fault" state according to Kentucky law. What exactly does that term mean? "No fault insurance" is a general term that is used to describe any auto insurance system that both require drivers to carry insurance for their own protection, and that places limitations on their ability to sue other drivers for damages. In an accident, under no fault laws, your auto insurance company will pay for your damages (up to your policy limits), regardless of whom was at fault for the accident. Any other drivers involved will be covered by their auto insurance policies. The actual no fault part of your auto insurance policy is usually called personal injury protection, or PIP.
If you have suffered a spinal injury as a result of an auto accident, we are here to help. If you have questions, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 606.784.1115 or 1.800.318.4444.
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