How Do I Get My Medical Bills Paid After an Injury? | Joel H. Schwartz, P.C.Joel H. Schwartz, P.C.

How Do I Get My Medical Bills Paid After an Injury?

After you’ve been involved in an accident, figuring out how you’ll pay your mounting stack of medical bills is sure to be at the top of your priority list. Thankfully, you have the opportunity to pursue a civil claim against whoever is responsible for causing the accident you were involved in. Below, we discuss how you’ll get the at-fault party to pay, and what types of medical bills you may be able to recoup.

Obtaining Repayment from the Liable Party

If you haven’t already, reached out to a qualified personal injury lawyer in Boston, now is the time to do so. Your attorney will be responsible for gathering the evidence you need to build a powerful case against the person or persons who harmed you, among other things.

Establishing fault is important, as this is the only way the judge and jury will award you the compensation you need to move forward with your life.

Healthcare Costs You Can Recover

The good news is that once your lawyer proves fault, you’ll have the opportunity to be awarded maximum compensation for your losses.

When it comes to medical expenses, this could include ambulance fees, co-pays, costs of transportation, and prescription medications. You can also get financial recompense for medical equipment, installation fees, costs of diagnostic imaging and even your costs of physical and occupational rehabilitation.

Essentially, any medical cost that was accrued due to the injury you sustained in the accident should be recovered from the liable party.

Meet with Your Boston Personal Injury Lawyer

For assistance in seeking the compensation you deserve, work with an experienced Boston personal injury lawyer at Joel H. Schwartz, PC. You can schedule your free claim review by filling out the quick contact form we have provided below or by calling our firm at 1-800-660-2270.

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