One of the most important things you can do after a motorcycle accident is getting appropriate medical treatment. But it can be hard to know where to go and what to do.

Rubenstein Law is here for you. Our Florida motorcycle team is available 24/7 as the one-stop resource for riders. If you or a loved one need legal help after an accident, call us at 800-FL-LEGAL (800) 355-3425 or contact us via our online form. We are here for you 24/7 – nights, weekends and holidays.

Consultations are free, and you pay nothing unless you win money. Remote and virtual appointments are available.

Why Is Getting Medical Treatment Important?

The insurance company should need to see how severe your injuries are to determine their offer. They will want to see your medical records. If you fail to get medical care you’ll limit the amount of money you can receive for your claim.

Also prompt care will mitigate the long-term physical impact of your injuries. You should get emergency medical treatment immediately after an accident if possible and certainly within days. Please follow all doctors’ recommendations and keep to your treatment plan. This will all help you get better as soon as possible.

Where Riders Can Get Medical Care

You should go to an emergency room immediately after any motorcycle wreck. This allows you to get a baseline record of your injuries. The ER will document what happened and the injuries that were caused.

A trauma center is your best option. The trauma center staff knows how to treat conditions typical in serious motorcycle accidents, like traumatic brain injuries and broken bones.

Some of the Best Trauma Centers in Florida

The highest rated trauma centers in Florida are Level 1 facilities. These are usually located in our larger cities but, if you go to a smaller ER, they can quickly transfer you to one of the following if your injuries require more advanced treatment:

Ongoing Medical Care for Motorcycle Injuries

Working with your doctor to create a treatment plan for your injuries is crucial. Depending on your injuries you may need on-going physical therapy, surgery, and/or other treatments. It’s important to follow up with your primary care physician after a trip to the ER. Then, your regular doctor can make referrals for additional care as needed. We are happy to provide a referral if you don’t have a regular doctor you see. Post-accident care can require weeks, months or more to reach full recovery from a motorcycle accident.

Pain Management

Serious injuries often mean significant pain. Some doctors are reluctant to manage pain with prescriptions for fear of addiction. However, there are many ways that providers can help you feel better. It’s essential to work with a pain management team to ensure you aren’t suffering.

There are several clinics across the state that specialize in pain management. Ask your primary physician for a referral or your team at Rubenstein Law can help you find an option that’s convenient for you. In South Florida The Cleveland Clinic is known for having expert pain management professionals.

Orthopedic Treatment

Orthopedic doctors can treat injuries to your musculoskeletal system. That includes conditions to your bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves. Problems with these body parts can cause issues with movement and activity.

These services regularly offer urgent care or walk-in care because motorcycle injuries cannot wait. If you think there is something wrong with your musculoskeletal system you need to be seen urgently. If you delay treatment you can cause long-term damage to yourself or delay your recovery.


Rubenstein Law offers unparalleled support to the Florida motorcycle community, promotes safe riding, and provides riders and their families with unrivaled legal representation.

Keep Track of Your Medical Treatment

Keep records of all of your treatment after a wreck. You should keep discharge papers from emergency rooms and follow up recommendations from doctors. You can save a list of your providers in a journal, take photos of receipts, prescriptions, along with on-going documentation of your symptoms, pain levels and treatment.

What Should My Medical Record Journal Look Like?

You should maintain a journal that records all of the doctors you see, the medications you take, and any symptoms you experience. You should also document how your injuries impact your day to day life.

We can provide you an example of a Post-Accident Pain Journal to use as an excellent example of what your medical record journal could look like. By adding a few additional elements that make it specific to your situation, you’ll have a detailed summary of your treatment to help your attorney with your legal claim.

What To Include in Your Medical Record-Journal

You should include all details of your medical needs and treatment after an accident. For example, you should have the

  • Symptoms
  • Severity (on a scale of 1 to 10) – rate daily
  • Triggers for symptoms and pain
  • Medications and therapies
  • Activities affected
  • Ability to work
  • Insurance communications
  • Medical visits
  • Doctors’ names and contact information

Rubenstein Law Is Here for You

Our expert motorcycle team at Rubenstein Law is here to help you take care of yourself, protect your rights and your family. Call us today at 800-FL-LEGAL (800) 355-3425 or connect with us via chat.

We are here for our clients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to give you the information you need to make the best decisions after an accident. We’ll come to your home, hospital room, work or virtual on-line appointments are available too. Call now & we’ll fight for you so you can focus on healing as we take on big insurance and lookout for you. All consultations are free, and you pay nothing unless you win.

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