You need to understand that who pays your medical bills after a car accident personal injury is a major issue and one that requires the advice of a skilled personal injury lawyer. This is Mike Bottaro and today, I will provide a very general overview of this important topic in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
The Answer May Cost – Or Gain You Thousands Of Dollars
Medical billing is a huge profit making industry in this country. It is also very sketchy, shall we say.
You can see from internet searches that medical providers like hospitals receive different amounts of money for the same treatment.
Medical providers use billing codes and then submit these coded bills for payment to insurance companies, or to you personally, if health insurance does not pay or you do not have health insurance.
When you have a personal injury, there are a number of unique factors at play that may determined how, or if, your medical bills get paid. This means that the amount you may receive in a personal injury legal settlement may vary in your favor, or not….
The Answer Varies On The Type Of Personal Injury And State
To complicate this issue, there are a web of laws, regulations, and contractual issues that affect who pays your medical bills, and ow much they pay (or, you pay!).
Two factors are: (1) what type of personal injury did you suffer? And (2) which state did your personal injury or health or auto insurance originate from?
The Best Personal Injury Lawyers Are Looking Out For Your Financial Interest
This is yet another reason why you need to hire me, Attorney Mike Bottaro and our team here at the Bottaro Law Firm, LLC right away after a personal injury. The process of figuring out how we can save you money regarding your medical bills, and maximize your best net settlement, begins right away when you text, call, etc.
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At the Bottaro Law Firm, LLC, we handle all personal injury cases every day. Honesty. Integrity. Results. Our experienced legal team is here to fight for your rights. Contact us in any method you prefer 24/7 for a fast, free, and confidential consultation about your case. Text or call: 401-777-7777 or fill out our free and confidential online form.