Car Accident Medical Bills in Alabama

Are you concerned about who will be paying for your car accident medical bills in Alabama after a crash? Watch this video, then call us.


Question:

Who is going to pay for my medical bills after a car accident?

Answer:

If you are seriously injured in a car accident and you have health insurance, then generally your health insurance carrier will pay your medical bills, but they are entitled to recovery of what they have expended on your medical bills due to your injuries suffered in the accident. You need an attorney who understands how to navigate the reimbursement or the payment of those medical expenses as a part of the outcome of the claim. We negotiate with the health insurer to make sure that our client does not overpay on that reimbursement claim. There are certain laws applicable to the reduction of that claim. We are skilled at negotiating with the health insurance carrier to put more of our client’s money in their pocket and not in the pocket of the health insurer. If our clients do not have health insurance, then we look at any medical payment’s coverage on our client’s auto policy. If that doesn’t exist, then we pursue other avenues that are available where they can obtain medical care on a deferred pay basis. There are certain providers who will do that. We are here to help our clients obtain the medical care they need to get better and to get back on their feet.


Were you or a loved one injured in a crash and have questions about who will be paying for your car accident medical bills in Alabama? Contact our experienced Alabama Car Accident Attorney, Jacob Maples today for a confidential consultation and legal case evaluation.