How Will I Pay My Medical Bills?

The most important thing you can do to recover your health following a serious accident is to obtain necessary medical care and continue that care until you have recovered as fully as possible. Unfortunately, the insurance company of the person who caused your injury will not pay for your medical care until it is forced to.

At the Law Offices of L. T. Baker, P.A., we offer a free initial consultation to discuss your medical treatment options. Call 866-433-1991 to talk to an attorney.

Who Will Pay My Bills?

If you are injured by another person, you have the right to be compensated for the damages you have suffered, including past and future medical expenses. Unfortunately, our liability insurance system is not designed to help you get the medical care you need when you need it. The insurance company will not pay until your case is resolved by settlement or trial.

Until your case is resolved, you will need to find another way to pay your medical bills. Your options may include:

  • Health insurance through your employer
  • Medicare or Medicaid
  • Personal medical insurance

Once you resolve your case with the other party's insurance company, the insurance company that paid your bills will expect reimbursement. Attorney Luke Baker will negotiate with the insurance company so that you keep as much of your award as possible.

Skipping medical appointments is not an option. Without treatment, your condition could get worse. In addition, the insurance company will claim that you have recovered since you have stopped going to the doctor.

Talk To A Lawyer About Your Case

At the Law Offices of L. T. Baker, P.A., we offer a free initial consultation to answer your questions about how to pay medical bills after an accident. Call our Concord law office at 866-433-1991, or contact us online.