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If you've been in an auto accident, seek medical attention immediately.

OKC's Accident Injury Care 

Accident Injury Management (AIM) is a comprehensive accident treatment service made up of doctors who specialize in accident injury treatment. Staying with you every step of the way from injury to recovery, AIM ensures you receive proper care so you correctly heal.

AIM (Accident Injury Management) meets the growing need for reliable, specialized auto accident care in the Oklahoma City metro area. Our extensive team is made up of medical doctors and providers that are trained to diagnose and treat injuries commonly associated with automobile accidents. We developed our team with the goal of bringing the best auto accident treatments available Oklahoma City and the people that live here.

 

AIM is proud to offer:

  • Treatment by Medical Doctors

  • Appointments Near You

  • No Health Insurance Necessary

  • No Out-of-Pocket Costs for You

  • Same Day Appointments Available!

  • Custom and Comprehensive Treatment Plans

  • Personalized Case Management

  • Claims Assistance

AIM provides you with the care that you deserve after an auto accident. If you have been involved in an accident call AIM at 1-800-432-1246 and we will get you on the road to recovery. 

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Accident Care Near You

AIM (Accident Injury Management) was created with YOU, the patient, in mind. The founders of AIM saw a demand for Oklahoma patients in need of accident care and decided to do something about it. 

If you live on the southside of Oklahoma City, you don't need to drive to North Oklahoma City for treatment!

A car accident can be stressful enough without having to worry about getting across town to make your medical appointment. With AIM, you have access to some of the best accident injury care offered in Oklahoma City conveniently located near you.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Should I get medical treatment immediately after a car accident in Oklahoma?

Yes. Not every accident produces injuries; however, documentation of the onset of injury is important in establishing a link between an accident and an injury. It is not uncommon for Oklahoma accident victims to leave the scene of the accident feeling that they were uninjured and then wake up a day or two later with extreme soreness, tightness, or muscle spasms. Seek medical attention right away to properly evaluate auto accident injuries and prevent further injury or pain. 

What is the AIM process for treatment?

AIM evaluates your auto accident injuries to verify the specificity of those injuries, looks for unreported injuries, and creates a baseline record for your medical needs. Based on your personal medical evaluation, we develop a custom treatment plan. We build a case for your injuries, and work with your insurer to maximize the benefits that also conform to your insurance policy.

Will my insurance cover my auto accident injury treatment?

Yes, usually. AIM case managers will verify with your insurance that your treatment is covered so you never receive a bill. Our experienced staff works directly with your insurance provider, handling medical bills and insurance limitations directly so you can get the treatment you need in Oklahoma.

How long is my treatment going to last?

Treatment duration depends on injury severity and how long a full recovery will take. If an injury has been diagnosed by your physician, it is critical you keep your appointments and attend scheduled treatments. Skipping doctor's appointments gives the insurance company a valid argument that suggests your injuries are not severe or legitimate. 

Do I need a referral to use AIM?

No, just give us a call. Your primary care physician may refer you to Accident Injury Management but you do not need a referral to be treated by our medical doctors or providers. From medical treatment to medical claims management, Accident Injury Management makes recovery hassle-free and easy so all involved can focus on getting you back to the quality of life you deserve.

 

If I have no out-of-pocket costs, how does AIM get paid? 
Since AIM exclusively treats patients with injuries sustained from an auto accident, AIM works with the liable party's auto insurance provider to ensure that the medical treatment costs are covered by their policy.