Experiencing the unexpected is never easy. Auto accidents can happen in a matter of seconds and often leave victims to endure serious injuries for potentially long periods of time. These situations can be even more overwhelming when an accident victim does not have health insurance. This may mean that an auto accident victim of someone else’s negligence could be forced to live with a serious, painful, and debilitating condition, unable to get the surgery they need because of money. What should a person who’s left in this situation do?
In these cases, experienced Phoenix personal injury lawyers can often find excellent medical resources– including surgeons, surgical facilities, anesthesiologists, orthopedists, neurosurgeons, pain specialists, and other medical providers– to provide the necessary care to the client. This care is not free, but doctors will provide this type of care to people who lack health insurance when an injury case is being pursued. Usually they put what is called a lien on the case. This means that they are entitled to be reimbursed in the end when the case is settled.
There is much to take into consideration after being involved in an auto accident in Arizona, or in any other state, for that matter. At Breyer Law Offices, P.C., we pride ourselves in giving honest answers to auto accident victims who are trying to determine whether or not they have a personal injury claim. We can also assist you in learning more about your options when it comes to health insurance.
If you’ve been injured in a car accident in Peoria, Arizona that you believe was caused by another driver’s negligence and you do not have health insurance, our skilled Peoria auto accident attorneys can help. Call Breyer Law Offices, P.C. today at 623-930-8064 for a no-obligation, free consultation.