Who Will Pay My Medical Bills?

After a serious accident, the most important thing is to take care of your health and get the medical care you need. Your well-being is priority number one. In our health care system, unfortunately, that care can be extremely expensive. Many of our clients at Volkema Thomas Miller & Scott, LPA, come to us with anxiety about their medical bills.

We want you to leave that worrying to us so you can focus on getting better. Our respected truck accident lawyers, each with decades of experience, can handle every aspect of your legal case while pursuing maximum compensation for you.

Who Is Responsible For My Medical Bills?

Typically, you are responsible for paying your medical bills upfront. If another party was at fault, they will only pay those bills when your claim for damages is resolved. In most cases, the trucking company and its insurance company are responsible for these expenses.

If you were hurt in a truck accident while at work, your employer's workers' compensation insurance is responsible for paying your medical bills. An experienced attorney can help you determine what source of compensation is appropriate for your case.

Immediately after the accident, you are getting the medical care you need and trying to figure out how to get back to your life. But the insurance company is already hard at work, looking for ways to avoid paying out what you deserve. To level the playing field, it is crucial to speak with a lawyer as soon as possible.

Let Us Deal With The Insurance Company

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To get your truck accident questions answered, we encourage you to join us for a free consultation. We would love to meet with you at our convenient office in downtown Columbus or off-site, depending on your location in Ohio. Please contact us online, or call 614-441-8553 or 866-718-4608 toll free.