After a car accident, the biggest concern on most people's minds is how their medical bills will get paid. The more serious the injury, the more pressing this problem appears. Insurance companies know that time is on their side.
It's important not to settle too quickly with the insurance company. If you accept a settlement before you know the full cost of your medical care and rehabilitation, you will not be able to seek additional money later, should you need it. It's best to wait until you've reached "maximum medical recovery" before you accept a settlement agreement.
If the insurance company refuses to offer you a reasonable settlement agreement, we can take your case to court to ensure you get what you deserve.
How A Personal Injury Attorney Can Help
If you have private or work-sponsored health insurance, that insurance policy can pay your expenses until you have reached the limit of that policy.
If you do not have health insurance, we can negotiate with care providers so that collections action will not be taken during the course of negotiations with the insurance company or a personal injury lawsuit.
When you do receive payment — either as a lump sum or structured settlement, or as a jury verdict — your health care providers then receive payment of their bills. Your private health insurer may also seek repayment for money it paid for your care.
Each of our personal injury attorneys has years of experience handling injury cases. Our staff is well versed in dealing with insurance companies, as well as hospitals and medical billing offices. In everything we do, we work to protect your financial interests and your family's well-being.
Before you agree to any financial settlement, contact a personal injury lawyer at the Umansky Law Firm. We can help you with a plan to pay your medical bills and will protect your interests in negotiation or in court. We represent clients in communities throughout Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Brevard, Lake, Polk, and Hillsborough counties in central Florida.
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