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Personal Injury Claims & Medical Bills

In personal injury claims, the word injury is key. To file this type of case, you have to have been hurt in some way through no fault of your own. That means you’ll be dealing with medical bills—from doctors, hospitals, physical therapists, and other healthcare professionals. But what do you do between the time you’re hurt and the time your case is settled? Here’s what the personal injury attorneys at Jordan Law Firm want you to know about medical claims and your case.

When you’re hurt, you’ll want to get treatment as quickly as possible for your injuries. Whatever you do,don’t delay getting help. Putting this off can increase the severity of your injuries. It may also cause you to miss the window for filing a personal injury claim. If you suspect an injury, go to the doctor.

So what happens when it’s time to pay the doctor or other healthcare provider? You may file your visit on your insurance just as you normally would. If you win your personal injury case, your insurance company may expect reimbursement from your settlement. However, it’s always best to check with a personal injury attorney as soon as you possibly can after you sustain your injuries. They can advise you of the best way to go about paying for your treatment while you wait for your day in court.

And here’s another important thing to remember. If you’re seeking treatment, you aren’t limited to going to an MD. This means that your visits to a chiropractor or acupuncturist can be regarded as valid claims while your injury is being investigated. Get the help you need. Your personal injury lawyer will make sure it’s taken into consideration as part of your case.

If you’ve been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, don’t take a chance. Work with a personal injury attorney from Jordan Law Firm. We have the experience needed to get a successful result for you in court. Contact our offices in Rock Hill and Columbia, SC to get started.