How to pay your auto accident doctor bills?
Injured in a car accident? Worried about how your medical bills are going to be paid? This is a common fear that we address with potential injury clients during our free consultation.
Different ways to pay your car accident bills?
Here’s a breakdown of the different ways your medical bills will be covered after a car accident in Maryland.
Many automobile policies contain PIP insurance that can help pay your medical bills. This is no-fault coverage, meaning even if you caused the accident your medical bills will be paid.
Some cars have both PIP and Med-Pay coverage. In that situation, you may be able to recover under both types of coverage.
Your health insurance can help pay bills arising from accidents. However, there may be a “subornation clause.” This means your health insurance company is entitled to reimbursement from your personal injury settlement. Our office tries to negotiate down these claims.
Uninsured Motorist Coverage
Most automobile policies will provide benefits to pay your bills if you are hit by an uninsured driver.
Underinsured Motorist Coverage
Most automobile policies will provide benefits to pay your bills if you are hit by a driver with insufficient insurance to cover your medical bills.
Schedule a free consultation to review your personal injury case
We thoroughly investigate every possible way that you can be compensated. Maryland allows you to be compensated twice for the cost of your medical bills.
The Law Office of Ross W. Albers has years of experience resolving Maryland personal injury cases. We represent those who have been injured by someone else’s negligence and whose personal injuries have caused them physical pain, stress, medical bills, and other damages. We care about the future of our clients and work hard to see that each of them receives the most positive outcome in their personal injury case. Our fee is contingent on there being a recovery in your case.
Call 443-457-3890 to schedule a free consultation. Weekend appointments are available.