Why You Need To See A Doctor After Your Accident

One of the most common questions that people ask after an accident is, "How can I afford this?" Even if you have health insurance, a high deductible can make your out-of-pocket costs unaffordable, especially if your accident has left you unable to work. However, without the proper medical evidence, it will be hard to collect the compensation you deserve for your injuries.

While many big city firms concentrate on getting you in and out as fast as possible, at Robinson Salyers, PLLC, of central Kentucky, we know that is not what you need. You need an experienced personal injury attorney who can help coordinate your insurance benefits to get your bills covered and maximize your final recovery.

You Need The Right Medical Evidence To Prove Your Claim

After an accident, you need to see a doctor as soon as possible. Some injuries may take days or weeks to reveal their true severity. If you wait too long, tell yourself "it's not that bad" or do not go because of fear of costs, it will be easier for the defense to argue that the accident was not the cause of your injuries.

Take Advantage Of Your PIP Coverage

Many people in Kentucky do not realize that the Personal Injury Protect (PIP) coverage that's part of their auto insurance will cover the first $10,000 in medical bills and lost wages. This can help address immediate fears about an expensive trip to the doctor or hospital to evaluate your injuries after a serious car accident.

We Understand Insurance Coverage

If you have PIP coverage and health insurance (including Medicare or Medicaid), we can work and negotiate with your health care providers and insurers on your behalf to reduce the cost of your treatment and leave you with more money in your final settlement. By letting us take care of this, you will have more freedom to work with your doctor on getting the treatment you truly need to aid in your recovery and get back on your feet.

Get The Treatment You Need With Our Help. Call Our Lawyers Today.

We are always available to make hospital and home visits if that is what you need. To learn more about how we can help you get the compensation and medical treatment you deserve, send us an email or call our offices in Frankfort or Shelbyville at 502-220-4439.