Outrageous Medical Billing Cases
Medical care for injuries sustained in a car accident could be costly. However, the potential medical expense should not deter you from seeking the treatment you need. You deserve to get treatment until you fully recover from your accident without stressing the costs.
After an injury accident, you are generally responsible for paying your medical bills, even if it is clear that the other driver was at fault. If you have health insurance or Med-pay, the insurance company may cover the costs. A verdict or settlement can then compensate for your out-of-pocket expenses.
See below for additional resources on medical billings after a motor vehicle accident.
- A Medical Advocate Obtains Documents from Many Sources
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- Billing Multiple Times for Same Items or Service
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- Inflated Charges
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- Surprise Medical Bills and Personal Injury Claims
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