Insurance and Medical Care
In the aftermath of an accidnt or incident causing personal injuries, there are often a number of questions regarding insurance and medical care. There can be a variety of sources for the payment of medical care and the the selection of medical providers. Many injury victims are confused as to which insurance policies and coverages provide benefits in the aftermath of an incident or accident causing personal injuries.Attorney David Wolf has the Experience and Know how to Handle Your Personal Injury Case
Based in Jacksonville, Florida, personal injury attorney David Wolf handles personal injury cases including automobile accidents and collisions involving a truck, motorcycle, pedestrian, or bicyclists throughout the State of Florida. Over the past 27 years, attorney David Wolf has handled thousands of cases and has guided his clients through the confusion or challenges that present themselves in just about every case or claim. For some unfortunate personal injury victims, there is no source of coverage or insurance for the immediate payment of medical bills or expenses. Under these circumstances, the injury victim must rely upon the public hospital or medical care system OR find private medical providers in the community willing to wait for payment while an injury case is pending. For other personal injury victims, there may be one or more sources of payment for an injury casused by the negligence of another person, business entity, or government entity.There are a Number of Sources of Insurance That may Cover Medical Bills
The sources of payment for medical bills which may pay as the bills are submitted can include the following:
- PIP (Personal Injury Protection) under an automobile insurance policy;
- Med Pay (Medical Payment) under an automobile insruance policy;
- Health Insurance;
- Medicaid; and
The sources of payment for medical bills which may pay upon the resolution or settlement of the personal injury case can include the following:
- BI (Bodily Injury) under an automobile insurance policy;
- UM (Uninsured Motorist) under an automobile insurance policy;
- Umbrella insurance under a personal or commercial policy; and
- Commercial liability insurance.
Because of the complexities of insurance as it applies to the payment of medical bills, it is important to retain an experienced personal injury attorney to provide advice, guidance, and legal representation. David Wolf is the author of 10 books including the book - Florida Automobile Accidents - Personal Injuries - Keys to Protection and Enforcing Your Legal Rights.Contact Attorney David Wolf for a Free Consultation
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