The following three-part blog series will be focused on discussing what an injured victim without health insurance should do after being in a car accident. If you get hurt in a car accident, your first priority should be to seek treatment for your injuries and get better as soon as possible. But what happens if you don’t have health insurance and can’t afford to pay for your medical treatment?
Not having medical insurance is an increasingly common problem for many personal injury clients in Arizona and throughout the United States. With the costs of healthcare and health insurance rising dramatically, more and more individuals are unable to afford quality health insurance. But there are solutions.
An attorney should do everything possible to ensure that their clients’ legal claims are resolved in the most fair and beneficial manner possible. Also, it is extremely important for a skilled Mesa personal injury attorney to care about each client’s medical condition. Any attorney who would dare call themselves “one of the best” feels the same way – otherwise, they’re simply just another run-of-the-mill lawyer.
That being said, doctors don’t work for free – nor should they. They have a right to be paid. Just as the hospitals they work for have a right to be paid. After all, it is a business and if they’re not paid, they will go out of business – meaning they can’t care for or help anyone. Unfortunately, there are times when injured victims need surgery that’s not necessarily an emergency, but is still urgent nonetheless, and they don’t have the money to pay for the costs upfront.
Many of our clients at Breyer Law Offices, P.C. who have been seriously injured due to the negligence of another driver receive the most compensation available to them under the law. This also means making sure that top notch medical care is given and that medical bills are paid as quickly as possible. For more information about how we may be able to help you hold negligent parties responsible for the accident you were involved in and the subsequent financial costs, contact Breyer Law Offices, P.C. today for a free consultation.