Financial Recovery for Surgical Costs Following Injuries
Personal injuries can result in expensive medical bills. Any surgical procedure can mean expenses that easily reach into five figures. By the time you finish paying the surgeon, hospital charges, and anesthesiologist, even your share of the expenses can be thousands of dollars. The financial catastrophe can be even worse if your health insurance will not cover the procedure.
Personal injury victims do not have to bear these costs on their own. All medical expenses for their accident can be covered if they can prove that the other driver was at fault for the crash. This financial recovery includes both past and future surgical expenses. Therefore, you need to be evaluated soon after your accident to understand what your costs may be in the future.
You Can Recover Medical Expenses Even if the Other Driver Was Not at Fault
Even if you were at fault in an accident, the insurance company would need to cover your expenses if you purchased Med Pay as part of your policy. Insurance companies are required to offer this kind of insurance.
Surgical costs can be prohibitive, and they can take up most or all of your financial compensation if you do not value your claim properly. Also, if you do not fight for the maximum possible compensation, you may not be left with much money to pay for things like lost wages. Your personal injury lawyer looks out for your interests by helping place a value on your claim and negotiating with the insurance company for full financial compensation.
Call a California Personal Injury Attorney
The Law Offices of Brian Brandt works to get you paid when you have been injured in an accident. Reach out to a California personal injury attorney online or call us today at 800.983.4467 to schedule your free initial consultation.