What To Do When You are Pregnant and in an Accident.

author by Jessica Corley on Jun. 14, 2024

Accident & Injury Car Accident 

Summary: A guide of what to do if you are in a car accident while pregnant.

Pregnancy is a time of great joy and anticipation, but it also comes with heightened concerns about health and safety. When a pregnant woman is involved in an accident, the stakes are even higher and of a different nature.  Both the mother's and the unborn child's well-being are at risk, making it crucial to take immediate and appropriate actions. 

Pregnant women face unique challenges  during such distressing times. With a compassionate and experienced approach, Jess is here to provide the legal representation, support, and guidance you need.

Immediate Steps to Take After an Accident if You Are Pregnant

1. Seek Medical Care: Even if you feel fine, some injuries may not present symptoms immediately but could still affect your pregnancy. A thorough medical examination will help detect any issues early.   It's imperative to seek immediate medical attention. This step is crucial not only for your health but also for the health of your unborn child. Medical professionals can assess for any hidden injuries or complications that may not be immediately apparent.

2. Notify Your OB-GYN: Inform your obstetrician about the accident. They may recommend additional monitoring or tests to ensure both you and your baby are safe.

3. Contact Jessica Corley Law Firm: As soon as you are able, reach out to Jess, who will guide you through the legal process, helping you understand your rights and the steps you need to take to protect them.

Contact a lawyer today

If you are pregnant and have been involved in an accident, don't navigate this challenging time alone. Contact a lawyer for compassionate and knowledgeable legal representation. Find a lawyer that will support you every step of the way, ensuring that your rights are protected and that you receive the care and compensation both you and your baby deserve.

Your health and your baby's health are paramount. Take the necessary steps to safeguard your future now.  

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