A: See your doctor as soon as possible and follow his or her orders.
A: One of our attorneys will discuss your medical bills in detail and how you can make payments. If there is no insurance coverage, you and your Frenkel & Frenkel lawyer will hold bills to be paid at a later date if you obtain compensation on your claim—whether it’s through settlement or a verdict at trial. Depending on the nature of your case, your medical bills may be covered in any of the following ways:
A: In most cases where there is no immediate method to pay medical bills as they are incurred, doctors, hospitals and facilities will wait to be paid for their services until the case is resolved by way of settlement or verdict in court. It is important to let medical providers know early in the process if you have no insurance or financial means to pay medical bills as they are incurred. Have any medical providers contact your Frenkel & Frenkel attorney.
A: Most lawyers have a policy of withholding money from the settlement or court verdict to pay doctors and medical facilities. It is important that you make your lawyer aware of all medical providers.
A: Most insurance companies for the person, people or company that caused your injuries will not automatically pay medical bills as they occur. The insured party does not want to expend a substantial sum of money on medical bills and then be faced with the chance of defending a lawsuit. Most insurance companies want to conclude or settle the claim with a single payment after receiving a demand letter from your attorney.
A: One of the most important things for you to do is to keep an accurate record of your medical bills.
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