As personal injury attorneys, our job is to give you as many options as possible for your case, and this includes medical treatment and billing options.  For instance, did you know that your car insurance policy may include medical bills for any injuries sustained in a car accident, regardless of who was at fault?  That’s right, even without health care, you and your family can be covered in the event a car crash.

These medical payments (known as Med-Pay coverage) can be used to pay for treatment that may not be covered by some general health insurance companies, such as chiropractic care or even acupuncture.  Medical payments are also available if you were a passenger in another person’s car or truck during a crash.

Is Med Pay a Loan?

While your own car insurance company may pay medical payments on your behalf, you may need to reimburse them.  Our personal injury attorneys may be able help you in this situation.  According to California law, you may not necessarily have to reimburse an insurance company for Med-Pay if you did not receive enough settlement money.  Should there be a reimbursement, however, we can reach a settlement that limits the amount of money paid to your insurance company.  In most cases, that savings is passed to you.

Our Personal Injury Attorneys Can Help You With Medical Bills

Since 1992, our San Diego law firm has been helping people pay back their medical bills after an injury, and we can do it for you too.  There are strict limits on the amount of time you have to claim medical payment benefits, and our personal injury attorneys will make sure your insurance claim doesn’t miss the deadline.

Let us handle the insurance companies and help you recover what you lost.  Remember, your total settlement amount isn’t the important number.  It is all about how much money you have after paying off your medical bills.

If you or a loved one would like to seek legal action for injuries in a car accident, contact our bilingual offices as soon as possible at 1-858-551-2090 for a FREE consultation with an experienced San Diego personal injury attorney or click here to submit your case for a FREE online review.  We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that you owe nothing until we recover money on your behalf.