There are several methods by which your accident-related medical bills can be paid, and depending on the particulars of your case, your Los Angeles personal injury attorney will advise you in great detail of all the possibilities. For example, it may be that your own health insurance, either from your spouse, your parents (if you are under the age of majority), your employer, or a policy that you may have purchased on your own, will cover the bills. Also, it might be possible that the automobile insurance policy of your own vehicle or that of the person with whom you were riding may provide medical payment coverage for you.
Additionally, the workers’ compensation insurance from your job (if you were injured while on the job or as a result of your employment) or the liability insurance coverage of the person or company who caused your injuries may cover the payment of your medical bills. Moreover, if you do not have insurance coverage of any kind and have had to pay out of your own pocket, you will be reimbursed for any payments that you have made when and if your case settles.
Based on the specifics of your case, your medical bills may be covered by any of the above-mentioned options. When meeting with your Los Angeles personal injury attorney, he or she will take the time to thoroughly explain any alternatives, given the facts of your case. If you need the services of a skillful Los Angeles personal injury attorney, please call the DA&D (800) 257-6666 for a free consultation.