FAQ: Paying Your Medical Bills As Your Case Progresses

Many Tennessee personal injury victims who come to Bart Durham Injury Law are concerned about how to pay their medical bills after the accident. Surgeries, hospital stays, physician visits, rehab... It can all add up.

My Nashville law firm, however, is here to take the stress off your shoulders. As a personal injury attorneys with decades of experience, we have a thorough understanding of all the available options and how to get you the care you need.

The most important thing to realize is that when you receive a settlement or jury verdict, we can repay your medical bills out of that money. That's why it's important to have a lawyer on your side who can fight for every dime you deserve and make sure you receive the full amount you will need for any future medical care as well.

Paying Medical Bills Before You Receive A Settlement Or Jury Award

While you're waiting for the case to be resolved, however, there are several options for paying your current bills:

  • Your health insurance (or somebody else's, if you're a dependent)
  • MedPay coverage through your car insurance
  • TennCare through the state of Tennessee for low-income individuals
  • Workers' compensation insurance, if your accident happened on the job

Some medical providers will allow you to hold off paying your bills until the case is resolved. However, we recommend setting up a minimum payment plan to protect your credit rating. We know that most clients are nervous about what will happen to their credit scores if they don't pay their bills, so we work hard to negotiate acceptable payment plans or deals with the medical providers.

The bottom line is that you don't need to worry about anything to do with your case. When you hire an attorney at Bart Durham Injury Law, you can count on the fact that we will take care of everything. All you have to do is concentrate on getting well.

Contact Bart Durham, Personal Injury Law Attorney In Nashville

Schedule a free initial consultation by calling Bart Durham Injury Law at 866-468-6603, or contact our offices online. Our law firm accepts personal injury cases on a contingency-fee basis, which means you owe no attorney fees unless our firm recovers money for you. Se habla Español.