That sucks, hope all is ok. With injuries sometimes things aren't apparent immediately after an accident, so hopefully you're all good. Did you use insurance? I guess the only real reason not to is if you think the cost of parts/repairs is less than the excess.
From my experience, having had a low side slide on pavement before, the damage turned out to be much more than I thought. What seemed like just a bent gear selector, misaligned handlebars, and a few scratches turned out to be over $5K in damage. I was also walking around fine immediately after the accident, but progressively got worse over the next 12hrs and ended up spending the next 3 weeks on crutches, no breaks, just soft tissue damage.