Should I Pay My Own Medical Bills After an Accident? More Inside
An accident resulting in injuries can set you back in more ways than one. A simple injury, in your eyes, may turn out to be multifaceted and you may find yourself in and out of the hospital for treatment. As the bills keep coming in, you become wracked with anxiety regarding how you’re ever going to pay these bills. It is important, however, to stay calm and follow the advice we’ll provide in this post so you are home free once everything is tied together. That said, it is vital that you engage the services of an experienced injury attorney in order to make sure that your bills are not only streamlined and paid off, and that you get the compensation you duly deserve.
Were you injured due to someone else’s negligence? You may have many questions regarding how to pay off your medical bills as well as who will compensate you for said injuries. Personal injury law exists to help people just like you get the compensation they deserve. McCready Law has helped people like you for DECADES get the justice and compensation they deserve. Please contact our experienced and friendly injury lawyers NOW at (773) 309-6249 to learn more about your legal options for compensation. We take on all cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that we only charge you at the end of your case our legal fees, and ONLY if we recover compensation on your behalf. The call is FREE, and there’s absolutely no legal obligation.
Should I Pay My Medical Bills After an Accident
A lot of people don’t know this, but your bills are taken care of as part of the settlement in an injury claim. This means that the insurance company will pay out for all past and medical treatment as damages, but only if you file with an experienced law firm like ours that has dealt with countless insurance companies and won. It is important to note that just because the insurance company will settle and provide you with damages for medical treatment doesn’t mean you should sit back and wait for that to happen. At McCready Law, we always advise our clients to pay their bills if they have Medicare or Medicare, or are eligible for insurance co-pay. Paying your medical bills in a timely manner after having suffered an injury is vital as this will help you maintain a favorable credit score in the long run.
Medical Bills – How Our Injury Law Firm Can Help
Should you be unable to pay for your medical bills, you can reach out to us and we’ll take care of that and have the hospital or physician provide us with a lien which is a document that entitles them to part of your settlement as payment for medical care rendered. That said, the medical provider must understand that they will not receive payment until the case is over.
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If you’ve been in an accident due to someone else’s negligence and are looking at mounting medical and other bills, reach out to us at (773) 309-6249 to learn more about your legal options for justice and compensation. Thanks for reaching out, and we look forward to hearing from you.