If you have been in an accident, you have a lot to be worried about. In addition to focusing on new medical appointments and procedures, you are also stressed out about any work you may be missing. It never takes long before medical bills begin arriving in your mailbox, which adds to your already stretched patience and budget.
Unfortunately, if you were in an accident and are waiting for someone else to pick up your medical bill costs, you will likely be waiting a long time. That insurance company will be working hard to make sure that you do not receive compensation for any costs until a litigation process deems it necessary. This can take years. However, your medical bills will not stop for those years and wait for any litigation to take place.
Many of our clients here at Grewer Law come into our office worried about their health and their bank account. Most have received collection notices in the mail for medical bills that the other party should be paying. Fortunately, we are able to help our clients not only get the compensation they deserve, but also navigate the Medical Payments process so that they can receive financial relief in the meantime.
What are Medical Payments?
Companies have general liability insurance. This insurance has a special coverage within it called Medical Payments Coverage. This amount varies from policy to policy, and is intended for accident situations. Insurance companies will not immediately offer this assistance to you, if you were the one in an accident. That’s where the team at Grewer Law comes in.
Our years of experience working in the healthcare industry as well as in the courtroom makes us more than qualified to get our clients compensation they deserve. We will fight for you and assure that you can focus your energy on healing your body instead of on financial stresses.
Does your insurance coverage have Medical Payment Coverage? You could be surprised that you do! Give your insurance company a call to find out, then make your next call to Grewer Law. If you don’t have it attached to your current insurance, purchase it. Fortunately, it is less expensive than you may think.
The team at Grewer Law will assess whether you are eligible to make medical payments claim, but it is up to you to make sure it is included on your automobile policy.
Give us a call to set up your consultation so that we can discuss your case. We look forward to hearing from you!
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