What if I’m in a Car Accident and Need Surgery, but Don’t Have Health Insurance? (Part Two)

In our last blog post discussing what an injured auto accident victim should do if he or she does not have health insurance, we mentioned that although medical care may be urgently needed, the work that doctors provide does not come free. So what is an uninsured person who needs surgery supposed to do?

These surgeries simply won’t happen unless there’s a way to ensure the hospitals and doctors that they will in fact be paid for their services and the care they provided. This means that someone who has been injured by a negligent party could be living with a painful, debilitating injury or illness that could have been easily corrected with some minor surgery. However, there’s nothing that person can do about it because they simply can’t afford the proper medical treatment. Or is there?

In these kinds of personal injury cases, getting a top-notch Mesa personal injury attorney involved right off the bat may help make the process a lot easier. Experienced Mesa car accident attorneys can typically secure outstanding medical treatment, including surgeries, surgical facilities, anesthesiologists, orthopedists, neurosurgeons, pain specialists, and other medical providers to supply the care that is needed to the injured client.

At Breyer Law Offices, P.C., we have assisted many injured victims who require surgery after an auto accident receive the compensation they need to help pay for such procedures. We have the legal knowledge and experience to help you obtain compensation from negligent parties who caused your accident and subsequent injuries that now require you to undergo surgery. Contact Breyer Law Offices, P.C. today for a free and confidential evaluation.

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