Who Pays Your Medical Bills?
After a Car Accident, Who's Responsible for Your Medical Bills?
With the stress and strain that comes with a car accident injury, it's fair to ask the question, "Who will pay my bills?" As you fight to feel better and get back on your feet, your medical bills and time away from work could be piling up. We know the financial burden that car accidents have on injured people, and we're here to help you.
They took the mess off of my hands so that I had time to take care of myself and my daughter, and not worry about anything else. Car accident client
Indiana County, PA
With a free legal consultation, we'll determine the nature of your car accident injury case. We can outline the best course of action for you and help get your injury claim started. With over 30 years of experience and success, we're here to help get you the money you deserve. Call us anytime at 1-866-943-3427 or simply complete the form located above. There's no fee for calling and no obligation to use our services.
Pennsylvania Car Insurance and First Party Benefits
If you've ever seen the bill after an emergency room visit, it can be shocking. So, it's important to know who handles the medical costs after your car accident. Most drivers simply assume that the at-fault party's insurance will pay for their medical costs. In Pennsylvania, that's not generally the case:
- First Party Benefits – This pays for your medical bills and is defined by the coverage on YOUR insurance policy. That means that your insurance company will pay any medical costs up to the limits of your coverage. After that, your personal health insurance covers the expenses.
- No Car Insurance? – Without car insurance, you will be limited in the amount of compensation you can receive. If the other driver was at fault, you may be able to bring a personal injury case against him or her if you can prove negligence. Call us today. Our legal professionals can help.
- Hit By a Driver Without Insurance? – Underinsured/Uninsured Motorist coverage is your best protection against drivers without insurance or with lacking coverage. The amount of money is determined by your insurance policy.
If you have questions about your car accident, contact us for a free case review. We'll answer all your legal questions and stand up to aggressive insurance companies. Since 1982, we've recovered over a billion dollars for our injured clients. Check out our verdicts and settlements page for examples of the cases we've won.