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Delayed pain following a car accident is a symptom of injury that typically starts 24 to 48 hours after the accident, and in some cases, it may take longer. Such pain can obscure the symptoms of a severe injury.

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Automobility incidents are very serious and can be life threatening, with many injuries being prevalent to the back, neck and head. Injuries such as whiplash, back pain, and concussions can be very dangerous. It is important to seek a health care provider as soon as possible to screen for short term or long term injuries. Although these injuries can be very serious and inhibit you from daily activity, with the correct treatments and rehabilitation, one can bounce back to their daily activities within no time.


At our Mississauga clinics, our team of expert physiotherapists, acupuncturists, massage therapists, and chiropractors work closely with you to develop a personalized plan to help you recover and return to your normal daily activities. We are authorized by insurance companies to file your injury claims and provide treatment that is approved by your auto insurance.

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Delayed pain or soreness can occur after a car accident and is a symptom that may not surface until 24 to 48 hours after the incident or sometimes even later. It's important to note that delayed pain can mask the symptoms of a severe injury, which is why it's crucial to seek medical attention immediately after a car crash or as soon as pain develops. 

Additionally, if you're taking any pain medication or anti-inflammatories, it's recommended that you report for an assessment from our team of qualified health practitioners at MyHealth Care Centre.


Following an auto collision, it is important to note that insurance not only covers the cost of repairing your car but also provides AB accident benefits to cover the cost of treating any injuries you sustained. It is crucial to seek medical attention even if you don't feel pain immediately after the accident as some injuries may not be immediately noticeable. We believe that no one should endure pain or loss of mobility due to an auto collision and our team of qualified health practitioners are here to provide the necessary treatment to help you recover.    

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Should I call the police after a car accident?

Call the police if anyone is injured, if the total damage to all the vehicles involved appears to be more than $2,000, or you suspect that any of the other drivers involved are guilty of a Criminal Code offence (such as driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol).

Follow the instructions given to you by the emergency operator. Police will arrive as soon as possible. Do not try to move anyone injured in the accident — you may aggravate their injuries.

When should I report to the collision centre?

If no one is injured and total damage to all the vehicles involved appears to be less than $2,000, call a Collision Reporting Centre within 24 hours.

  • No one is hurt in the accident
  • Damage to the vehicle is less than $2000

These centres are police facilities created to assist motorists in reporting motor vehicle accidents. At the reporting centre you will complete a police report, and damage to the vehicle will be photographed. Visit:[New Window] or call (416) 745-3301 to locate the Collision Reporting Centre nearest to you.

Tips to Remember when in a Car Accident

  • As difficult as it may seem, it is important that you remain calm.
  • Do not argue with other drivers and passengers. Save your story for the police.
  • Do not voluntarily assume liability or take responsibility, sign statements regarding fault, or promise to pay for damage at the scene of the accident.
  • Be watchful for unauthorized tow truck operators. To learn more about tow truck scams, visit FSCO’s Tips For Avoiding Tow Truck and Storage Scams.

How Always to be Prepared

Road accidents are always unexpected. Be prepared by keeping the following inside your vehicle at all times:

  • Pen and paper
  • FSRA’s accident worksheet [PDF]. (Print and keep a copy in your glove compartment. It will help you record valuable information on-scene.)
  • Emergency road flares, warning triangles or cones
  • Fire extinguisher (A-B-C Type)
  • Flashlight and extra batteries
  • Bottled water
  • Booster cables
  • Tire repair kit and pump
  • Small tool kit
  • Towel
  • Pair of work gloves
  • Non-perishable food
  • Hand wipes
  • Thermal blanket

How to Avoid Tow Truck Scams

Be informed. If you require the services of a tow truck driver, know your rights. Here are some tips: 
  • Some large municipalities (such as Brampton, Hamilton, Mississauga, Toronto and Windsor) licence tow trucks and require drivers to post a municipal licence number on their trucks. If you’re in such a community, check if the tow truck has a municipal licence number on its side before you use its services.
  • Look to see if the tow truck is affiliated with a reputable company such as an automotive roadside assistance group or automobile association.
  • Listen for obvious clues. Does the driver recommend a particular repair facility without being asked? If so, this might be an indication that a referral fee arrangement exists. In some municipalities, making such a recommendation may be illegal.
  • Carefully read everything the tow truck driver asks you to sign.
  • Ask that your vehicle be taken to a secure location where an adjuster or appraiser from your insurance company can have access to it. Some municipalities require that your vehicle be taken to a Collision Reporting Centre or police station before it goes anywhere else.
  • You have the option to choose where to have your vehicle towed to for repairs. Some insurance companies use preferred repair shops where they have an agreement that guarantees your vehicle will be repaired to the highest possible standards. For more information, contact your insurance company.
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