If you have recently been injured in an auto accident, you must be evaluated and treated by the most experienced physicians! Dr. Daitch and Dr. Frey have the experience and knowledge to properly make you feel better. They will work directly with your attorney, as the best medical referral, as this is critical to win your personal injury case!

Both Doctors’ outstanding credentials, which include both being, certified Independent Medical Examiners, and their years of experience make them highly respected in their specialty.

We strive to schedule a new auto accident injury patient as quickly as possible. The first appointment depends upon the receipt of all the pertinent patient medical records and radiology disks or films. It is the patient’s responsibility to ascertain that all records are sent to APMSS as quickly as possible. We strive to schedule a new auto accident for the initial evaluation within fourteen (14) days from the date of the accident, pending all complete medical records are in the patient’s file.

How do I make an appointment?

Please contact the Auto Accident Coordinator at 239.337.6806 or via email at personal.injury@apmss.net

What documentation and information do I need to make an appointment?

  • The date of the auto accident
  • Your auto insurance company and policy number
  • The auto insurance claim number for the accident
  • The name of the auto insurance adjuster and contact information
  • Information about your PIP
  • Your health insurance company policy and number
  • Contact information for your attorney if you have one
  • Your Florida driver’s license information

Upon receipt of all your medical records and the above information, an appointment will be scheduled

What do I bring to my first appointment?

In order to thoroughly evaluate you and create the appropriate treatment plan: please bring to the appointment

  • Your driver’s license
  • Your automobile insurance card
  • Your health insurance card
  • The automobile insurance claim number
  • Medical records from any and/or all providers who treated you since the accident, such as chiropractors, emergency room doctors, and other physicians.
  • Radiology disks or films done since receiving the injury in the auto accident.
  • Bottles of all the medications you take daily and medications that you have been prescribed since the accident.

What happens during my first appointment?

During the first appointment the Doctor will thoroughly assess the auto accident victim’s injuries caused by the accident.The Doctor will also evaluate the patient to establish an Emergency Medical Condition (“EMC”).The EMC allows the patient to have access to the full $10,000.00 PIP Benefit. The EMC provides the documentation of persistent injury.