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How To Address Your Post-Accident Bills

On top of the pain and mental suffering you may be facing after a car crash, the financial consequences begin immediately. At Kyle Law Firm, we do everything we can to relieve your stress and achieve the results that you deserve. Discuss your case with us to explore the possible ways you can recover from sudden crash-related expenses.

Affording Medical Bills: Your Options

After an auto accident, you may need emergency medical attention. In serious cases, you may need expensive surgery or hospital care. Unfortunately, vital medical care might ravage your finances. Filing a personal injury claim could help you recover.

Potential sources of funding may include:

  • Personal injury protection (PIP) insurance: This no-fault coverage can pay a portion of your medical costs. You do not have to pay this amount back to your insurance company later.
  • Medical payments (MedPay) insurance: This no-fault coverage is similar to PIP. However, if you win a lawsuit or settlement, you will have to reimburse the insurance carrier for the amount MedPay provided.
  • Private health insurance: Your own health insurance policy may cover a portion of your medical bills.

Speak with a board-certified personal injury attorney at Kyle Law Firm to get clear answers to your questions. Our legal team has the knowledge and resources to confront insurance companies and help you obtain the benefits you deserve.

Will Insurance Cover All Property Damage?

With minimum coverage in Texas, insurers may provide up to $25,000 for vehicle damage due to the crash. However, policies and situations vary. You may want to work with an experienced lawyer who can strategically represent your interests. We can help you file your claim, and we can help you appeal a denied claim if necessary.

No Legal Costs Unless You Win

You have enough financial matters to manage. Our law firm works on a contingency fee basis, which means that you only pay if we get positive results for you. To get professional advice about insurance, accident claims and paying your crash-related bills, send us an inquiry. You can also reach our New Braunfels office at 830-620-9402.