We Proudly Serve Accident Victims Injured Across The State of Texas
You may need medical treatment following an accident or incident in order to get better or save your life. Medication, surgery, adaptive medical devices, physical therapy, and a variety of other treatment techniques are all possible treatments. Unfortunately, medical treatment is not free. Even if you have health insurance, you will still have expenses to pay.
You should not be responsible for any of these costs after you’ve been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence. In reality, the person who caused your accident should cover all of your medical expenses.
To learn how our attorneys at Texas Personal Injury Lawyers can assist clients in obtaining the cash they need to cover medical bills and other expenses following an accident, call us today or get in touch with us online for a free consultation.
Compensation Available For Medical Expenses
The person or entity who caused your accident will be responsible for any medical bills incurred up to the time you reach a settlement or when your case goes to trial. If you are injured in an accident, you should be compensated for any anticipated future medical costs. The compensation should also cover both physical and emotional injuries.
You should also be reimbursed for any costs associated with your accident, such as adaptive medical equipment or even transportation to your medical appointments. You shouldn’t have to pay anything for your medical treatments if another person was responsible for the accident – everything you spend or will spend in the future should be covered.
Current Medical Costs
You may be eligible for compensation for any of the following current medical expenses:
- Ambulance transportation
- Emergency room visits
- Hospital stays
- Physical therapy appointments
- Referrals to specialists
- Medical imaging, e.g., X-rays, CAT scans, MRIs, etc.
- The expenses of traveling to and from medical appointments (such as petrol expenditures, parking charges, etc.)
The value of these damages is generally simple to determine. It begins with you keeping all of your bills and receipts relating to your accident. We recommend storing them in a file and keeping it in a secure location. We simply add up all of your losses to determine the present value of your medical expenditures once you’ve gathered all of your receipts and expenses.
Long-Term Medical Losses
Of course, not all accidents result in minor injuries that can be treated with a few doctor’s visits or a few months of therapy. In some situations, your injury may need lifelong, round-the-clock treatment. We can collaborate with medical and financial experts to calculate the long-term care expenses.
For example, if your loved one has a traumatic brain injury following a vehicle accident, the consequences of that trauma may last for months, years, or even throughout her life. We can collaborate with your doctor to figure out how long the brain damage will affect your loved one and his family.
Your loved one has a severe brain injury, for example. Your doctor advised that the damage to your loved one’s brain would last for the rest of her life. She will require lengthy-term, round-the-clock care. We can now figure out how much this will cost you and your family over time because we have a diagnosis.
Is There Anything Else That Might Influence The Calculation Of My Medical Expenses?
Yes. Several factors may affect your calculations:
- The costs of medical care in your area
- The expenses of medical treatment over time (If your injury will affect you for the rest of your life, you must consider inflation or the increase in medical care costs over time.)
- The severity of your injuries and your prognosis
Why Is It Necessary For Me to Be Able To Calculate Injury Expenses?
If you don’t know how to calculate your medical expenditures, you may be missing out on thousands of dollars. The majority of insurance company injury compensation offers only cover your present medical expenses. Consider the following: You accept an injury settlement offer. You didn’t know it wouldn’t cover everything related to your accident. For the rest of his life, Daniel’s brain injury would necessitate around-the-clock attention.
Seeking Medical Expenses
If you’re unable to resolve your claim by negotiation or judgment, you have the option of accepting a settlement or going to court to receive compensation for medical bills.
It is generally the person who caused your harm who must compensate for your losses in the overwhelming majority of cases. This implies you will most likely be negotiating with the insurance company to try and reach a settlement. When you give up the right to make a future claim, you risk losing the battle. As a result, you’ll want to be certain that your medical expenses were reimbursed fully.
You must submit medical records and bills that show how much money you were paid out in order to receive the most compensation for medical expenses. You’ll also need expert testimony on future receipts and expenditures, which you will have to pay.
It’s also important to remember that when it comes to settling a claim, your health insurance company may be entitled to a percentage of the money you get. If your insurance pays medical bills, it might place a lien on your payment or include a “subrogation clause” in your coverage agreement. In a legal sense, this implies that if you obtain compensation for an accident as part of a verdict or settlement, the health insurer may try to recoup your medical costs.
A skilled personal injury lawyer can work with your health insurance and the other party’s insurance company to ensure that your health insurance is paid out, as well as that you receive a complete and impartial settlement.
Our Lawyers Can Help You Seek Medical Expenses
Whether you negotiate a settlement out of court or proceed to trial, you should be compensated for all medical costs in the event of a personal injury. To safeguard your rights and ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve, you’ll need an experienced lawyer on your side.
Call us at (888) 997-2148 now for you free consultation.
We take cases on a contingency fee basis and there are no costs unless we win, and the consultation is completely FREE. Contact us to learn what Texas Personal Injury Lawyers can accomplish for you.