I got a 2013 Ford Edge SE this summer and I decided that I wanted to do my own maintenance on it. I got a jack and jack stands and to change my oil. I did that with no problem so I was pretty confident about rotating the tires. I got a couple more jack stands because I wanted to do the X tire rotation method. So I jacked up my vehicle and put it on the four jack stands. When I was trying to remove one of the rear right tires, it wouldn’t come off. It was getting late so I figured I would do it some other time. When I was bringing the vehicle back down, the last jack stand I was taking out started to stand up on one of it’s edges and the vehicle started leaning away from me. Not realizing what was happening, I let it back down on the jack stand and repeated, each time the vehicle leaned further and further away and the jack stand was just hanging on. I got up and when to the other side of my vehicle to realize that I forgot to put the lugs back into the front left wheel. The wheel had a 20-40 degree negative camber. Since the vehicle was so unstable at this point, I called a tow truck who brought an axle jack and fixed the problem. He had to use a sledge hammer to get the wheel off. Once it was off, he put it back on and torqued down all the bolts. The car seemed to drive fine after this doing some simple checking of the steering stops and braking.
My question is, should I be concerned about this? I am going to take it into the shop to get my tires rotated. Is there anything I should make sure they check that I could have damaged? Should I get my steering re-aligned?