If you’ve been in and out of the hospital after suffering a serious injury in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be able to file a personal injury claim against the person responsible for injuring you. It’s very likely you haven’t been able to return to work yet, and for some very serious injury types, you may never be able to work again.
If you’ve been hurt, you’re going to be asking yourself: “How do I get my medical bills paid after an accident in California?” One effective way is to file a personal injury claim against the liable party.
When you’ve been injured in an accident, one of the most expensive consequences of your injury is the monetary cost associated with your medical treatment. You could be receiving bills for the following medical expenses and more:
Hopefully, you have health insurance that will pay for some of these costs, but it’s almost guaranteed that your insurance won’t cover everything. Who will pay the rest of your medical expenses for an accident you didn’t cause?
To recover your medical expenses after an accident in which another person was responsible for your injury, you can file a personal injury claim. Your claim could allow you to not only be compensated for the above medical costs, but for some additional damages. A few of those are listed below:
You now have a better understanding of how to get your medical bills paid after an accident in California. If you’ve been injured in an accident involving another person’s negligence, now is the time to file a personal injury claim against the at-fault party.
The statute of limitations for personal injury claims in California is only two years from the date of the accident. Get started on your claim today by calling a personal injury lawyer with The Kindley Firm, APC. Utilize our form below to schedule your free, no-obligation case review, or call 619-550-1313.