How Do I Pay Medical Expenses?

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How do I get medical treatment after an injury or car accident? Watch this video as Of Counsel Attorney with Becker Law Office explains how Kentucky no-fault auto insurance pays for medical expenses if you are injured and you were not at fault.

If you are hurt in an automobile accident, one of your first questions will likely be: how will I pay for my medical treatment?

Becker Law Office can help come up with answers.

Our team of Kentucky Auto Accident Attorneys have decades of experience in locating insurance policies, applying for coverage and getting the money flowing.

We will help make sure your medical bills get paid through:

  • No-fault insurance – also known as Personal Injury Protection
  • Private health insurance
  • Group health insurance
  • Medicare

  • Medicaid
  • Special arrangements with your doctors
  • Delayed billing agreements

When you choose Becker Law Office, you get two legal teams in one. One is our negotiation and settlement group. We have the skills and resources to get money in your hands as quickly as possible – we’re talking top dollar.

But if we are unable to obtain a fair settlement for you, our Litigation Group takes over. We have the toughest, most seasoned trial attorneys in the business.

Have you or someone you know been in a motor vehicle accident in Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio or Tennessee? Call Becker Law Office at 800-755-3000 or use this online contact form for a free consultation with a Kentucky Auto Accident Attorney today. We will explain how we can ease your financial stress and get your doctor’s bills paid, starting right now.

No-Fault Insurance Protection in Kentucky

In Kentucky – as in other states – automobile owners are required by law to purchase insurance on their vehicles.

If you’re in a car that is legally insured and you’re in an accident, you are entitled to No-Fault insurance benefits. No-Fault coverage – also known as Personal Injury Protection, or PIP – does just what its name suggests. It provides protection regardless of who was at fault in the wreck.

In Kentucky, No-Fault Insurance provides:

  • At least $10,000 in medical benefits
  • Prescription medicine coverage

  • Up to $200 per week for time lost from work
  • Relief for your financial worries

The purpose of No-Fault protection is to let you get the medical attention you need – immediately and hassle-free. You will rest easier knowing your medical bills will get paid without having to argue about who is to blame for the accident.

Other Medical Payment Options in Kentucky Car Crashes

If there is no Personal Injury Protection available – or when the PIP limits have been exhausted – you will need to explore traditional types of health insurance.

Becker Law Office will lead the search for you. We know where to look for commercial health insurance policies. We understand about risk pools and group plans. We know how to file for Medicare and Medicaid benefits.

We will take care of all the insurance details and paperwork, so that you can concentrate on getting better.

And in the event there is no insurance coverage of any kind, don’t worry. We will contact your medical providers directly. We will work with them. We will ask if they will provide treatment immediately but wait until your case is settled to request payment.

Talk With A Car Accident Lawyer

If you’ve been injured in a traffic accident, the last thing you need is stress over paying for your medical bills.

At Becker Law Office, it’s the first thing we take care of. Our Kentucky and Indiana Personal Injury Attorneys will help solve your payment problems so you can get speedy medical treatment, physical therapy and medications.

We serve individuals who have been injured in accidents – and the families of people who have been killed – in Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio and Indiana.

Contact Becker Law Office today for a free evaluation of your case. Let us go to work for you today.

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