How do I take care of my medical bills after an injury?

Last updated on: April 10, 2013

How do I take care of my medical bills after an injury?

Today’s tough economic times have changed the way many individuals first think when they have a serious injury. Instead of attempting to find the best medical treatment, or think about the different options for rehabilitation, many are asking “how much is this going to cost?”

Personal injury cases are difficult in that regard because the responsible party is only going to pay you once. Even though you’ve sustained medical bills through no fault of your own, the insurance company isn’t going to pay them as you incur them—you have to wait to collect all at once.

If you have health insurance, this can obviously alleviate many of your worries if you have exceptional coverage. However, even when our clients do have health insurance, they are still often responsible for a large portion of the medical bills, or have high deductibles.

Unfortunately, all too often during your personal injury case, the medical providers you previously saw have begun hounding you to pay your bills. At this point in time, of course, you haven’t been paid back by the responsible party and you’re unsure of what to do.

The personal injury lawyers at Zinda Law Group have several creative ways to limit the debt that our clients incur as they are attempting to get better from an injury that was no fault of their own. If you’ve experienced difficulty in paying your bills as you’re attempting to resolve your personal injury case, give the attorneys at Zinda Law Group a call for a free consultation.