WHAT TO DO IF INSURANCE WON’T COVER YOUR MEDICAL NEEDS
Automobile accidents are a nightmare to deal with, there is no doubt about it. Getting your vehicle repaired is generally where the focus falls during the aftermath. Unfortunately, one thing often gets overlooked – your physical well-being.
Often, people suffer mild to serious injuries when they are involved in a car wreck. Sometimes these injuries are not immediately recognized. It is very important to seek medical attention if you are involved in an accident that causes any jarring.
Types of injuries to look out for:
Whether you suffer immediate pain and obvious injury like a broken bone, or an injury that reveals itself after the shock of the wreck has worn off, like whiplash, nerve damage, or traumatic brain injury, you deserve to have the guilty party’s insurance cover the cost of treatment.
The kicker is that automobile insurance companies will try to avoid paying for your medical attention. While some carriers are more trustworthy than others, all insurance companies are businesses concerned with making money. Because of this, they will try to avoid large payouts, often times taking advantage of your lack of experience and knowledge dealing with insurance companies.
If you feel the offer an insurance company is making is unjust or if you know that you need medical attention following the car accident, it is important to contact a trusted law firm to help guide you through the process of getting your bills covered.
The team at Ben Abbott & Associates works hard to make sure each of our clients receives a payment that covers any damage done to the car, lost wage support that results from the wreck, and the cost of any and all medical treatment resulting from the accident.
*Each legal matter is composed of unique issues and our descriptions are not intended to promise future results. The outcome of your case may vary from that of any other representation undertaken by the firm, and any discussion of prior results on this website does not guarantee a similar outcome.