Car Accident in Orange County CA?

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If you’ve been in an auto accident recently, please read this information very carefully before you do anything else…

An auto accident, even a “minor” one, can have serious and long-lasting repercussions if not handled correctly.

Common Legal Mistakes:

  • Not obtaining information from the other party
  • Falling prey to “don’t report it to my insurance, I’ll pay you cash…”
  • Believing the other person’s insurance wants to help you
  • Thinking you don’t need a car accident lawyer

Common Medical Mistakes:

  • Assuming you are not injured because your pain is mild
  • Assuming you aren’t hurt because your car wasn’t
  • Believing the ER doctor when he or she says “it’s just a strain, you’ll be better in a couple of days…”
  • Treating with non auto accident specialists like your general chiropractor, family medical doctor, HMO doctor, etc. Accident injuries are not the same as gardening strains.

Free Car Accident Severity and Needs Analysis
If you’ve been in a car accident and you are not sure about your car accident claim or if you are concerned you are not getting proper whiplash treatment, then follow this link for a Free Car Accident Severity and Needs Analysis.

This is a Free service we provide to accident victims of Orange County and surrounding areas. After you have completed the form you will receive a personalized report detailing possible solutions to your auto accident problem. This is a Free, No-obligation service and you will not be contacted unless you request it. Your car accident does not need to be a hassle. Let us review your case and see what can be done to eliminate your pain and aggravation and prevent future legal and medical problems.

What We Can Offer You:

Legal Advice with No Up-Front Costs:

  • Legal help with qualified auto accident lawyers in your area of Orange County
  • Help getting you car fixed with reputable auto body shops
  • Assistance getting a rental car
  • Stopping the annoying calls from insurance companies

Medical Treatment with No Out-Of-Pockets Costs to You:

  • Finding a competent and caring auto accident specialist for your whiplash treatment
  • Finding medical specialists for your particular needs: orthopedists, neurologists, chiropractors, physical therapists, etc.
  • Obtaining MRI and other diagnostic testing for your car accident injuries
  • Arranging second opinions
  • Obtaining medical reports that prove your injury and sway juries

Types of Cases We Specialize In:

  • Car accidents ( rear impact, front impact, side impact, roll over, fatality, low impact, slow speed)
  • Truck accidents (car vs truck, truck vs truck)
  • Bus and Taxi accidents (private and municipal lines)
  • 9, 12 & 15 Passenger van accidents (private and commercial tours)
  • Motorcycle accidents (car vs motorcycle)
  • Motor home and RV Accidents
  • Uninsured accidents (other driver uninsured, victim uninsured)
  • Pedestrian accidents (car vs pedestrian, motorcycle vs pedestrian, taxi vs pedestrian)

We are selective about which cases we take, but if we do accept your case, we will do everything necessary to get you the professional legal and/or medical help you need. We will take care of everything. That’s why we call it “concierge” service. We take care of all the details for you professionally and efficiently so you don’t have to worry or waste your valuable time.

Our car accident attorneys and auto accident medical specialists are accessible by telephone and/or email when you need them. For many services we will even come to you. No other Orange County Car Accident specialists “out satisfy” our clients with personal attention, accessibility and results.

For your Free Auto Accident Needs Analysis and Personalized Action Report go here.

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Car Accident Treatment Newport Beach CA

Car Accident Treatment Newport Beach CA

car accident treatment newport beach caResidents of Newport Beach, Irvine and Costa Mesa now have a leading car accident injury specialist to help you with your car accident case.

Dr Barry Marks, Chiropractor and auto accident injury expert now seeing patients in a second location in Newport Beach, CA. Dr. Marks has provided North Orange County residents with his specialized whiplash and brain injury treatments for over 30 years, since 1986. He is well known in Orange County for his in depth knowledge of car accident injuries and the intricacies of how claims are handled by insurance companies. Dr. Marks has spent years writing consumer advocacy articles for car accident victims.

Dr Barry Marks, Chiropractor

  • Doctor of Chiropractic 1986
  • Post-doctorate specialty training in Orthopedics
  • Independent medical evaluator
  • Qualified Medical Examiner (QME)
  • Former Associate Clinical Professor
  • Advanced Graduate Whiplash & Brain Trauma
  • Automobile accident reconstruction
  • MRI interpretation

Newport Beach Car Accident Treatment
3300 Irvine Ave, #307
Newport Beach, CA 92660
(657) 205-0700

Car Accident Doctor Orange
1745 W Orangewood Ave #114
Orange, CA 92868
(714) 938-0575


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Rear Impact Car Crash: Estimating Speed and Injury Potential

Rear Impact Car Crash: Estimating Speed and Injury Potential

“Zero Possibility Defense”

Victims of car accidents are often told by insurance adjusters that their vehicle damage was slight and then make the assertion that they cannot possibly be hurt. An adjuster armed with a photograph of the victim’s car or a preliminary estimate based on visual inspection alone, aggressively makes the case that with such little vehicle damage it’s simply not possible to be injured. This is what I call the “zero possibility” defense.

The Problem with this Defense

It’s a lie.

Controlled human research studies have been conducted over the past decade all over the world and have found a consensus that the human neck can be injured at extremely low speeds. Studies have proven a rear impact with a change in velocity of 2.5 mph causes ligament damage. A 2.5 mph change in velocity is attained by a mere bump from behind that is not likely to cause vehicle damage.

Bumper Safety Regulations

Federal regulations in the US mandates manufacturers to design the rear bumper in such a way that it will not show any signs of damage at speeds of 2 mph and below. It is equivalent to backing into another vehicle’s bumper at 5 mph. Incidentally, this regulation was not put in place for occupant safety. Having a bumper that does not deform at even 2 mph results in more whiplash injuries. The bumper rule was lobbied by insurance companies to reduce costly bumper repairs.

In fact, you may be surprised to learn that bumpers are designed to protect the car and not the occupant. Consider this, directly from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s website regarding bumpers:

Automobile bumpers are not typically designed to be structural components that would significantly contribute to vehicle crash worthiness or occupant protection during front or rear collisions. It is not a safety feature intended to prevent or mitigate injury severity to occupants in the passenger cars. Bumpers are designed to protect the hood, trunk, grille, fuel, exhaust and cooling system as well as safety related equipment such as parking lights, headlamps and taillights in low speed collisions.

Independent live crash testing has confirmed that when a rear bumper is struck squarely by the front bumper of another vehicle it may not show any evidence of damage at varying speeds. Some cars didn’t show damage until 9 mph, while others could be struck at 20 mph and show no damage at all.

So How Do We Use This Information to Estimate Crash Speed?

If we know that the average car requires a speed in excess of 9 mph to show damage, when a vehicle is struck and suffers minor cosmetic damage it is likely the speed was approximately 9 mph.  If more damage is seen then obviously the speed is even greater. A bumper that shows damage below the fascia cover in the form of a damaged absorber or other components has sustained an impact with a speed of beyond 15 mph.

How Does Crash Speed Relate to Occupant Injury?

As you learned, the human threshold for injury is very low, only about 2.5 mph change in velocity which is an impact speed of about 4-5 mph if the striking vehicle is about the same weight as the struck vehicle. If the striking vehicle is much larger, the speed could be much lower to deliver the same velocity. Therefore, if you a vehicle has visible bumper damage, the crash speed was at least 9 mph, which is almost 4 times more than is needed to cause injury. It’s scientifically probable that an injury would occur in this scenario. This completely discredits the “zero possibility” defense.

How to Use This Information

Should you find your self in a situation where you were in a car accident and your rear bumper shows visible damage, but you receive a letter from the insurance company stating there is very little damage and therefore they believe you could not suffer any injuries, you need to immediately take action.

  • First, you need to make sure your vehicle’s rear bumper was taken apart to look for internal bumper damage. More substantial damage inside means a bigger impact.
  • Second, you need to let the insurance adjuster know that you know their position is unproven and a gimmick to limit your claim.
  • Third, seek appropriate medical treatment from an experienced car accident chiropractor. A doctor who specializes in this field will know how to proceed with a case of this type and make sure you receive the treatment you need and deserve.

Crash Research Enables  Car Accident Injury Experts to Estimate Crash Speeds and Determine Injury Potential.

This information is crucial to prevent car accident victims from being victimized a second time by an insurance adjuster who may bring up the “zero possibility” defense.

Dr Barry Marks, Chiropractor is a car accident injury and reconstruction expert in Orange, CA. Since 1986 Dr. Marks has specialized in whiplash and brain trauma.

Dr Barry Marks Car Accident Chiropractor
1745 W. Orangewood Ave #114
Orange, CA 92868
(714) 938-0575
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FREE Lawyer’s Dinner Seminar: Disc Pathology from Trauma

Attention Orange County, California Lawyers
Interested in Personal Injury…

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Disc Pathology from Trauma:

Herniated – Bulged – Protruded – Extruded Discs

Exposing and Overturning Deceptive Defense Medicine

Colossus Algorithms

Correlating Causality to:

  1. Bodily injury and persistent functional losses
  2. Bulged and herniated discs from trauma

Debunking Myths to Verify:

  1. Arthritis increases bodily injury
  2. Strains/sprains are permanent injuries
  3. Asymptomatic herniated discs as obfuscation
  4. No damage crash can cause serious bodily injury

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Source of Chronic Neck Pain from Car Accidents

Where Does Chronic Neck Pain Come from After a Car Accident?

Chronic or Late Whiplash

is the term for pain following a car accident whiplash injury that persists beyond 6 months.

According to spine researchers Barnsley, Lord and Bogduk, between 15 and 40% of all car accident victims will devolve into chronic whiplash. The reason for the chronic pain is not muscle injury or tendon injury as many believe. Instead, these researchers have found the most common causes of long-term neck pain following a car crash is damage to the facet joints or intervertebral discs. Often it is both.

In chronic whiplash the pain the victim perceives may be confusing. Pain may originate in one structure and refer to a completely different area of the body. To distinguish which structures are the culprit for the lasting pain, the following descriptions may be helpful.

facet joint pain after car accidentFacet joint pain is the most common cause of chronic whiplash pain.

Pain from a malfunctioning or damaged facet joint is on the same side of the injury. The location will be along the side of the neck down to the area of the shoulder blade (scapula). The exact location along the neck or scapula will tell you approximately which facet joint is damaged.

Usually, a person with facet joint pain will be able to pinpoint an area in their mind of where the scapular pain is, and a careful doctor will be able to reproduce the symptoms by putting the suspected joints into combined extension and lateral flexion while pressing into the facet.

disc pain after car accidentDisc damage is the second most common cause of neck pain whiplash

Most people equate shooting pains down the arm, numbness or tingling into the upper extremity the sign of disc problems in the neck. In reality those are symptoms of a nerve in the neck that is being irritated by a herniated disc or severe misalignment and inflammation within the spine. The disc materiel itself has its own nerve supply and when a sic is cracked or torn due to a whiplash injury, it will cause a predictable pain pattern at approximately the level of the offended disc, on the mid-line over the spinous processes.  The pain is often reproduced by pressing down on the top of the head or having the patient hold their breath and bear down.

Chronic pain after a car accident indicates serious injuries have occurred

The presence of chronic pain post-whiplash means facet joints and/or discs have been damaged. These are permanent injuries and therefore need to be taken seriously. A simple muscle strain will heal in a matter of weeks, but not so for facet joints and discs. These structures cannot regenerate as muscle and bone tissue does. Once damaged they cannot go back to their original state. Complicating matters is the fact that they commonly deteriorate over time. Therefore, attempts by auto insurers to lump these injuries in with common and less serious muscle strains must be avoided by proper diagnosis and documentation.

Learn more about car accident injuries at

Barnsley, L.; Lord, S.; Bogduk, N. (Sep 1994). “Whiplash injury.”. Pain 58 (3): 283–307

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Dakota Neck Traction Available Now

Dakota Neck Traction Wedge

We can ship these brand new neck traction devices to all 50 states and many international addresses

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The Dakota traction wedge…

is one of the best medical devices to return your neck to it’s natural “C” shaped curve after a car accident whiplash injury or from chronic poor posture. It was designed, tested and now used by the leading experts in postural rehabilitation. This same device is used in pain relief and spinal rehab clinics around the globe. And now you can use one in the comfort of your own home.

If your doctor, chiropractor or therapist has told you that your neck curve is flat (military neck), reduced (hypolordosis) or even reversed (kyphosis), this traction wedge will be a great home therapy to use in conjunction with their care.

Light weight and easy to use, the Dakota can be easily stored under the bed or in a closet when not in use.  Treatments range from 5 to 20 minutes per day. Instructions included.

Questions about this neck traction device or others? Please call (714) 938-0575 or go to   headache and neck relief products

Disclaimer: The offer of this product is not intended to be medical advice, nor are the owners advocating the specific treatment of any medical ailment or disease. You should consult a physician to make sure this product is right for your particular problem before use.

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Newer Home Therapy Can Help Car Accident Brain Injury

What You Can Do at Home to Heal Your Car Accident Brain Injury

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Concussion, Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Traumatic Brain Injury may heal faster with newer vitamin delivery method.

Vitamin C and other nutrients are often prescribed for those suffering injuries to the brain from car accidents, sports injury and even military trauma. These nutrients have been linked to decreases in damaging free-radicals released after a brain injury that contribute to brain malfunction and also slow healing.

In the past, intravenous (IV) vitamin C was thought to be the most effective way to get high doses of Vit C into the blood stream to help brain injury victims and others with serious illnesses. Studies had previously shown a higher concentration of Vit C in the blood of those taking it intravenously over those taking Vit C orally. What these studies did not factor in was, how much of the Vit C in the blood was actually entering the cells? And what kind of dose is needed to achieve optimum saturation of Vt. C into the cells where it is needed to heal tissues?

Vitamin C given by IV has been shown to result in about 20% absorption into the cells. Taking vitamin C orally via tablets and powders is considerably less. Interestingly, as doses of oral vitamin C increases, the percentage of it reaching our cells drastically decreases!

A new natural method of delivering vitamin C and many other nutrients shows an astonishing 90% tissue absorption.

Meet the liposome.

Liposomes are tiny packages made of phospholipids (fats) that can contain another substance. Because the liposome is made of phospholipids, the exact same substance our cell membranes (walls) are made of, the liposome can attach to cell walls and empty their contents directly into the cell. The delivery of substances with liposomes has been going on for some time, but it is most recently that it has been studied and found to be effective for Vitamin C delivery.

Liposomal delivery vs intravenous delivery of Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a water soluble nutrient and as such has a difficult time breaking thru the fatty phospholipid layers of our cells. Fat and water do not mix. This is why IV vitamin C results in only 20% absorption, while liposomal delivery yields about 90% absorption. Therefore, for every gram of liposomal vitamin C, you would have to have 8.3 grams injected via IV to yield the same tissue absorption. That’s a huge difference. Let alone the fact that you’d need a doctor to administer a Vitamin C drip for you which is costly, time consuming and many doctors have no idea how or why to do so. Liposomal vitamin C can be readily purchased for home use and taken with a cold beverage.

Can’t I just take vitamin C tablets and do the same thing?

No. Most people cannot tolerate more than 1 gram of oral vitamin C per day; the most common side effect is stomach cramps and diarrhea. Because vitamin C in higher doses is not absorbed well, your actual yield is fairly low as well.

People taking liposomal Vitamin C can take several grams per day without side effects; though it is recommended to begin with 1-2 doses of 1 gram each to start to familiarize your digestive system and then ramp up from there if need be.

Use and dose of liposomal vitamin C

For general daily health promotion and illness prevention, 1-2 grams per day is sufficient. After a brain trauma or concussion, you would want between 4-6 doses a day until healing is achieved.

The Mother of All Antioxidants

Another nutrient that is commonly used to promote healing of the brain is glutathione. Glutathione is a very powerful, natural antioxidant produced in the liver and is responsible to make other important antioxidants and substances work efficiently. It is sometimes called the “mother load of antioxidants” or “mother of all antioxidants” because it affects so many processes in our bodies. Some people do not produce enough glutathione resulting in poor health, others need to boost their levels because of illness or injury. The problem is that glutathione is not absorbed well in the gut. It is mostly destroyed before it reaches our cells.

Liposomal glutathione

Now thanks to liposomal delivery, glutathione can be taken orally and high yields can be seen in the cells. Liposomal glutathione is protected from destruction in the gut by its phospholipid container and is readily absorbed into the cells.

Liposomal vitamin C and liposomal glutathione

This is great news for brain injury victims, who can now take 2 very important nutrients orally without relying on doctors to inject them.

If you have suffered a brain injury or concussion or know someone who has, you should strongly consider taking liposomal vitamin C and glutathione. These safe and natural nutrients just might be what’s been missing from your treatment protocol and keeping you from being as healthy as you can be.

High Dose Glutathione     High Dose Vitamin C

Watch an amazing and scary story of a New Zealand farmer who was moments away from death in a hospital and was saved by high doses of vitamin C including liposomal vitamin C from LivOn Labs.

Bansal SS, Goel M, Aqil F, Vadhanam MV, Gupta RC, (2011), “Advanced Drug-Delivery Systems of Curcumin for Cancer Chemoprevention,” Cancer Prev Res (Phila). May 5.

Gropper SS, Smith JL, Groff JL, (2009), Advanced Nutrition and Human Metabolism, West Publishing Co. p 313.

Hickey S., Roberts H, Miller N, (2008), “Pharmacokinetics of oral vitamin C” Journal of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine July 31.

Kelly C, Jefferies C, Cryan SA, (2011), “Targeted liposomal drug delivery to monocytes and macrophages,” J Drug Deliv.


Disclaimer: The information contained in this publication is for educational purposes only, and is in no way a substitute for the advice of a qualified medical doctor, registered dietitian, certified nutritionist, or exercise physiologist. When you ask any health care professional to help you make decisions about your personal healthcare, I recommend that you show them the information you find here because they may not be aware of it and the scientific studies that support it. Appropriate medical therapy and the use of pharmaceutical or nutritional compounds should be tailored for the individual as no two individuals are alike. I do not recommend self-medicating with any compound as you should consult with a qualified medical doctor, preferably one who is knowledgeable about nutrition and complementary/functional medicine who can determine your individual situation. Any use of the information presented in this publication for personal medical therapy is done strictly at your own risk and no responsibility is implied or intended on the part of the contributing writers, or the publisher.
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Headache from Car Accidents

Headaches from Car Accidents

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Dr Barry Marks, Chiropractor
Car Accident Expert Orange County, CA

Headaches are among the most common symptoms from a car accident whiplash injury.

Causes of car accident headaches:

Direct head trauma:

Your head pain can come from various areas of injury. Most obviously, if your head strikes the head restraint, you can experience head pain located at the back of the head (occiput). You may also strike the door or window frame if you are struck on the side of your car causing you to have pain on the side of your head. In a front impact collision, it is very common to strike your head on the airbag creating a frontal headache.

Indirect trauma:

What if you didn’t strike your head and you still have a headache, where does that come from?

Headaches may literally come from your head.
You may have suffered a a sudden jolt by the impact that causes your brain to quickly move in the vault of your skull and stretch the ligaments suspending it in place causing a stretching injury to the nerve cells where the ligaments attach. Your brain may actually “bump” the inside of your skull on a quick jolt. In either case, you have suffered a concussion or mild traumatic brain injury by the mere shaking of your head. The most common symptom of a concussion is a headache. usually you may also experience sleepiness or tiredness even after a full nights sleep, sensitivity to light and/or sound, difficulty concentrating or remembering things, dizziness and/or nausea, anger, overly emotional and other symptoms. If you have a car accident and experience any of those symptoms along with your headache its pretty good bet you have a concussion.

Headaches can also come from your neck.
The muscles, ligaments and bones that comprise your neck (cervical spine) have many pain fibers in them. Once injured they will refer pain to various places of your body. The upper portion of your neck is particularly well supplied with nerves that when injured will refer pain to the back of your head causing an occipital headache. Damaged ligaments will radiate pain to the back of your neck and just underneath your skull causing a sub-occipital headache. Misaligned bones in your neck can also send pain to your head. The very upper vertebra called the Atlas will often refer pain to the top or vertex of your head, while the second vertebra the Axis will cause pain at the back of your head.

Car accidents often cause headaches.

Where your headache is and how it feels may give you insight into where your injuries lie. It is part of the puzzle, your car accident doctor will piece together to determine the nature of your injuries and formulate a proper and effective car accident treatment plan specifically for your whiplash injury.

If you’ve suffered a car accident and have or are experiencing headaches, you should consult a car accident doctor in Orange County immediately for a complete and thorough evaluation.



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Car Accident Whiplash: Aggravating Factors

Car Accident Whiplash: Aggravating Factors

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Car accidents happen all the time, some people are injured and some are not. What determines whether you are injured or not? Medical researchers have discovered certain factors that influence not only if you will become injured, but also how badly.

Aggravating Factors of Whiplash:

Rear impact
Female occupant
Small framed occupant
Head turned
Angled impact
Front seat location
Surprised by collision
Loss of or altered consciousness after the accident
Striking head on head restraint
Head restraint not properly fitted
Wet road surface
Airbag deployed
Pre-existing arthritis or other abnormality
Previous whiplash injuries
Low speed/minor vehicle damage despite feeling a large jolt
Larger striking vehicle
Misaligned bumpers
Striking vehicle speed of 10-20 mph

These factors make it more likely that you will be injured in a car crash accident and worsen the injury. This in turn worsens your prognosis or long term outlook for recovery.  In reality, you may have several factors in play in your specific accident. This is what makes each car accident a unique situation and why your car accident doctor must take a careful history and ask about these factors.

For a glimpse into what a real world accident history looks like and how these aggravating factors for whiplash come into play, go to




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Do You Have a Head Injury from Your Car Accident?

Do You Have a Head Injury from Your Car Accident?

Dr Barry Marks, Chiropractor, Car Accident Injury Specialist

car accident head injuryIf you suffered a car accident, even one in which very little vehicle damage was suffered, you may still have a head injury.

Car accidents are unique events in which our bodies are subjected to tremendous forces that can and do harm to our sensitive spinal structures even when our cars do not. The human spine can be damaged with a rear impact collision at only 2.5 mph. The average car can absorb an impact of more than 10 mph and not show any visible signs of damage. In live crash reconstructions at the Spine Research Institute in San Diego, CA, researchers amazingly found that test cars could collide at over 20 mph and not show even a scratch! That’s almost 10x above the human threshold for injury.

How do you know if you’ve suffered a head injury?

If you experienced any of these symptoms immediately after the accident, you had an altered state of consciousness and most likely a concussion:

  • Dizziness
  • Seeing stars
  • Felt like floating
  • Very sleepy
  • Had difficulty speaking
  • Nausea
  • Difficulty understanding people at the scene

Less obvious symptoms of a car head injury include:

  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Fatigue
  • Anger
  • Weepiness
  • Lack of concentration
  • Tongue tied
  • Clumbsiness
  • Sensitive to light or sound

Many ER, Family Medical and General Chiropractors fail to diagnose head injuries, even with the above history and symptoms. This results in many people being totally unaware of the fact that they are walking around with head injuries.

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Headache Neck Pain Relief Home Remedies

Headache Neck Pain Relief Home Remedies

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