If you've been involved in an accident and are suffering from an injury, you may be wondering what's the best way to pay for your medical bills. If you believe that you weren't at fault for the injuries, you may think that you shouldn't pay the bills at all because you're hoping that the negligent party will have to pay them eventually. While this may be true, paying your medical bills and utilizing your health insurance up-front can save you a lot of hassles down the road. Insurance companies and doctors like to be paid right away, so pay the bills and use your medical insurance, then allow our Newport News injury attorneys at Kalfus & Nachman to help you navigate your lawsuit.
In this video, our attorney Christopher Jacobs, describes why you should pay for your medical care up front and worry about being compensated afterward.
At Kalfus & Nachman, we can help you determine if someone else's negligence was the reason for your injuries. If this is the case, we will help you seek financial restitution. We offer free case reviews, so please call us today at (855) 880-8163.