If you have sustained injuries from an accident, such as an automobile accident, a dog-bite, or a slip and fall, you are likely to incur medical expenses. Depending on the extent of your injuries, those medical expenses may be substantial. Those mounting medical bills create added stress, additional to the stress resulting from your accident and injuries. Your energy should be focused on healing and recovering, not paying bills.
Our personal injury attorney San Antonio will counsel you regarding the various means of paying medical bills while you recover. Some of which include the following:
- Insurance – You may have coverage through your own personal health insurance. If your injuries result from an automobile accident, your medical expenses may be covered under your automobile insurance policy. Alternatively, if the party causing your injury is insured, you may also be covered under his/her policy.
- Liens – Your personal injury attorney San Antonio at Brylak Law may also negotiate liens with your treating medical providers. Medical liens allow you to receive treatment while giving the medical provider an interest in the lawsuit award to cover the cost of treatment.
- Workers Compensation – If you were injured during the course of employment, you may also be eligible for workers compensation benefits, which includes your employer paying your medical expenses.
- Out-of-Pocket – You may also pay your medical expenses directly. Should you do so, you may seek compensation for those paid expenses in a lawsuit against the party causing your injury.
Retaining a Personal Injury Attorney San Antonio
Our team of legal professionals at Brylak Law possess a wealth of experience in negotiating and handling our clients’ medical bills. Dealing with insurances companies, who have their own independent attorneys, and physicians can be time-consuming and stressful. Brylak Law’s personal injury attorney San Antonio will relieve you of this burden so you can focus on healing and recovering. Please contact Brylak Law at (210) 733-5533 for a complimentary consultation regarding payment of your medical bills, and any other aspects of your personal injury lawsuit.