When car accident victims suffer serious injuries, medical expenses can add up quickly. The high costs of emergency room care, physician care, medical testing, and surgery can create a stressful financial burden during a time that is already extremely trying for the accident victim. If the insurance company refuses to pay your claim, you can end up with overwhelming medical bills. In some cases, individuals are forced into bankruptcy because of medical debt that should have been covered by the insurance company.
Many insurance disputes occur over medical billing issues. Insurance companies will only pay reasonable and necessary expenses for medical treatment from doctors, chiropractors, and other medical professionals. In determining what is "reasonable and necessary," insurance adjusters often argue about the cost of your medical treatment, the extent of time you receive medical treatment, and the nature of your injuries. Insurance companies are highly motivated to maintain low expenses and, as a result, may try to pay less than the true value of your claim.
If you received medical treatment after an accident, submitted the bill to the insurance company, and the insurance company failed to pay the bill, Morgan & Morgan can help. An insurance dispute lawyer can impel the insurance company to comply with their obligations according to the policy. Your attorney will work with you and your doctors in order to prove that your claim is covered and should be reimbursed. Take the first step toward resolving your medical bills insurance dispute by completing the Free Case Evaluation form.
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