Do you know which insurance company will cover your bills after an accident?

If you’ve ever been in an accident, you know firsthand how the payments usually go. Getting reimbursed isn’t exactly the easiest thing to do with your personal injury case, but I have a few tips to make the process run more smoothly.

There’s a number of things you need to have in order when sorting out the bills being paid from your car accident. Sure, it all may sound pretty simple and straightforward at first, but it’s suprising how many attorneys don’t share this on their website.

When you’ve been in the unfortunate position of a car crash, if you have your own health insurance you must absolutely be submitting your bills to that policy. 

The second thing is that you want to take note of your own insurance policy. The reason I say this is because of a secret little piece of your policy (if you have it) is the opportunity for med pay. This is a small medical payments coverage which you should absolutely have! Click here to read an example of a case where a Ben Glass Law client had purchased a great policy.

Now here’s the good news. The insurance company is liable for the average Joe or Jane that smashed into your car, and will be required to pay their bills if they’re found to be liable. However, the bad news is that they aren’t going to do that until the very end of your law suit, so you don’t want to wait and sit around while the past due medical bills don’t get sent to collections!

If you have been in a car wreck, or are curious and have some general questions, ask a Williamsburg Virginia personal injury lawyer. You can start by checking out our free book below. 

You can get a FREE PDF copy of my book The Five Deadly Sins That Can Wreck Your Injury Claim. You can get your copy instantly and even request your hard cover copy. If you have a question for Ben, you can submit it confidentially online at JustAskBenGlass.com. You can also call (703)584-7277 to speak with a team member about your story.