After suffering an injury in a motor vehicle accident, you may find yourself with more questions than answers. How will I pay my medical bills? What if I can’t work? These are just a few of the worries that you may be facing.
An effective personal injury attorney can help dispel your anxieties. At McCormick & Vilushis LLC, our attorneys regularly work with Erie, Pennsylvania, residents as they seek compensation after an auto accident. Moving forward with your life after a collision can be difficult in many ways, but by easing your financial burden, you may be able to approach the future with peace of mind.
Under the Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility Law, at least some of your medical expenses after an accident will be paid by your insurance company. The premiums that you pay into it each year allow for a certain level of medical coverage. Once that threshold is surpassed, your health insurance will pay for the remaining costs.
However, when another driver is found legally at fault for the accident that caused your injuries, it is the other driver’s insurance company that should pay your medical expenses. In fact, the other driver’s insurance should pay for your out-of-pocket expenses related to health care treatment and future medical expenses, as well. While the claims adjuster will resist paying for these expenses, with the right legal team on your side, you can get the compensation you deserve.
At McCormick & Vilushis LLC, our attorneys have access to a group of experts who can calculate the costs of future medical expenses. We have the experience, skills and resources to hold the insurance company accountable. For more than 30 years we have helped accident victims get fair and just settlements.
If you have questions about how you will be able to pay for medical bills, lost wages and other hardships after an accident, our lawyers can help. Email us or call 814-455-5362 to schedule your free consultation.
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