How to Keep Track of All the Bills

Once you’ve been involved in an accident and decide to pursue a personal injury claim, one of the most important things for you to do is to maintain thorough records of all of your medical bills. A skillful Los Angeles personal injury attorneys can help you with this matter; however, here a few tips to help you get started.

First of all, you should make note of all doctor or facility visits. Be sure to get a bill from each of them. Also, if you have been prescribed medications, ensure that you save a copy of all prescriptions and charges incurred from the drugstore for all injury-related medications that you pay for out of your own pocket.

Additionally, you should maintain a chart that has the dates of any medical services received, the amounts of related bills, and the purchases of any related medications. This is important because it will be your record of all medical bills that were incurred due to your injury. You will also want to provide your Los Angeles personal injury attorney with copies of all medical, prescription, and accident-related bills so that he or she will be prepared when it comes time to discuss a possible settlement with the insurance company. Do not simply assume that your lawyer received a copy of the bills from the facilities or doctors, because if any of these bills are missed, it may result in you not getting an adequate settlement amount.

Even if your medical bills are paid by a health insurance company or your employer, you must still keep copies for yourself and ensure that your lawyer gets copies as well.  If you need a Los Angeles personal injury lawyer, please call the law firm of DA&D for a free consultation.

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