Why our injury clinic is different?

If you’ve been injured in an accident, you need a personal injury service that provides attentive and professional care to ensure you receive the best possible compensation.

That’s where Agape
comes in.

Our services covers

Medical care

Our team of professionals includes a permanent internist doctor, qualified as a primary care physician, and a specialist in personal injury claims. He will provide thorough attention to your recovery process to ensure that you are on the right path to restoring your quality of life as soon as possible.

If necessary, we will refer you to medical specialists for specific treatments such as physical therapy, pain management, orthopedics, or any other diagnostic testing you may require. Our specialists work closely with our center to ensure you receive the best possible care. Click here lo learn more about every specialty.

Your case success will rely on various factors, including the careful handling of your doctor and lawyer, and the communication between them. That’s why our medical experts work closely with our legal partners to ensure that your case has a strong foundation and you receive the best possible compensation.

Personal injury Legal

At Agape, our goal is to make your recovery as smooth as possible. We will be with you every step of the way, offering the personal injury service you need, along with support and guidance to get back on your feet. Contact us now to learn more about how we can help.

What to do if you are involved in an accident?

No one wants to be involved in an accident, it doesn’t matter how big or small it is,
but it’s important to know what to do if it happens. Follow these steps:

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Call 911 to report the accident

and request medical assistance, if needed.

When the police arrive,

provide them with detailed information and let them create a police report.

Remember not to admit fault!

This can be used against you later.

Take a wide variety of detailed pictures and videos

of the accident and any injuries sustained.

Once you’ve taken care of these initial steps, seeking guidance and support is important during the following process.
That’s where Agape comes in. Call us at 305-434-0526, and we’ll provide you with the assistance you need.

What to do after the accident?

Keep in mind that underestimating the effects of an accident could jeopardize your health and your legal claims.


Why? Because if you seek our services promptly, we will ensure your EMC (Emergency medical condition) is done correctly. An EMC is a full report issued by our primary care physician so that we can document the consequences of your pain and injuries from the accident in time. This report will be crucial for the legal case and, therefore, for future claims involving the incident.

However, to be eligible for the benefits and coverage involving your PIP (Personal Injury Protection), you have only 14 days to get this EMC. Of course, the ideal scenario for your case is that you get your EMC in the first week after the accident, because every day you wait to get checked means pushing away the chances of receiving fair compensation for possible damages.

Once you have been in an accident, you may experience an adrenaline rush, and there are two common and misguided scenarios:

1. This adrenaline rush may distract you from the sensation of pain for a few hours, leading you to believe that there were no physical consequences from the accident, so you mistakenly let it pass and keep on with your life.

2. Suppose you feel dizzy and lightheaded, or your vision has changed. In that case, you may associate it with the shock from the accident, so again, you let it pass and keep on with your life ignoring the risks.

You could still have injuries, even if you don’t feel them immediately, for example, a neck injury associated with car accidents called whiplash can “occur at speeds as low as 5 to 10 mph”, and the symptoms may appear from hours to weeks later, according to data obtained by the Rush University.

Don´t underestimate the effects an accident may have on your health. If it happens to you, contact us immediately at 305-434-0526.

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type of accidents

Types of Accidents

Accidents can happen in a variety of ways, from slip and falls to Uber/Lyft accidents, dog bites, car accidents, and more. It’s essential to understand the implications of an accident and know how to react if you or someone close to you is involved. Click here to learn more about the different types of accidents and what to do if they happen.

Medical especialties

Medical Specialties

At Agape, we understand that every individual’s life story is unique, and their recovery path should be just as personalized. That’s why we provide customized treatment plans tailored to your specific needs. Click here to learn more about the medical specialties that you can access once you become part of the Agape family.


What is the impairment rating?

An impairment rating is a percentage, ranging from 0% to 100%, that indicates the impact of an accident on an individual’s health and quality of life. This rating is typically determined through a medical evaluation and diagnostic testing in the weeks or months following the accident. 

The impairment rating considers the severity of the injuries, the extent of medical treatments required, and the long-term effects of the injuries on the individual’s daily life, such as their ability to work and earn a living. If the injuries sustained in the accident prevent the individual from returning to work and result in lost wages, this can also impact their impairment rating. 

This rating is crucial because it serves as the foundation for insurance claims and other legal proceedings related to the accident. Therefore, accurate assessment and documentation of the impairment rating are essential to ensure that the individual receives fair compensation for their injuries and losses. 

How long should I wait to check my medical condition after an accident?

You should do it as soon as possible after the accident, even if you don´t think it is necessary. Many health complications related to accidents may manifest from days to weeks but could be treated way earlier.  

Keep this in mind! To be eligible for the benefits and coverage involving your PIP (Personal Injury Protection), you have only 14 days to practice a health observation, so don´t wait too long to schedule your medical evaluation with us. 

What is an EMC and why do I need it for a personal injury claim?

EMC stands for Emergency Medical Condition, and it is the first medical report created by a certified doctor to document the details of an accident. This report is essential for personal injury claims and may be required by all parties, including your attorney or insurance company. 

At our clinic, we understand the importance of an accurate and comprehensive EMC report. Our primary physician is certified to perform these exams, and our experienced medical team can help guide you through the recovery process from start to finish. 

Whether you need ongoing medical treatment or help to navigate the legal and insurance processes, we are here to help. Count on us to be your partner in healing and recovery. 

How long will it take to settle my case?

In the early stages of a personal injury claim, it is impossible to predict when a settlement will be reached. While some cases are resolved within months of the injury, others may take years to reach a resolution. Your lawyer will typically wait until you have completed your recovery or are close to recovery before attempting to settle your case. 

It is crucial to consider the following before settling your case: 

  • What is the total amount of your medical bills? 
  • Will you require any future medical treatments, and if so, who will be responsible for the costs? 
  • Are any of your injuries permanent, and how will they affect your earning capacity? 
  • What was your total loss of income, and how will any employment benefits affect your earning capacity? 
  • Is it likely that you will lose any further income due to your injury? 

The answers to these questions, among other factors, will influence your overall impairment rating and should be taken into consideration before reaching a settlement. 

As your case progresses, your lawyer will have a better understanding of the approximate time it will take to reach a settlement. Our team is committed to working with you every step of the way, answering any questions you may have and providing guidance to help you receive fair compensation for your injuries and losses.