If you were involved in a Florida car accident, you have options for paying expensive medical bills. One is using personal injury protection (PIP) insurance which typically covers the cost of expenses related to the accident but only up to a certain limit
If you don't have PIP insurance, or your expenses exceed the coverage limit of $10,000, you may be able to seek compensation through the at-fault driver's liability insurance. If they do not have sufficient coverage, you may be eligible to file a personal injury lawsuit to seek compensation for all crash-related medical costs. It is essential to consult with an experienced Florida car accident lawyer to determine the best course of action for covering your surgery expenses.
Compensation for Your Injuries After an FL Car Accident
If you need surgery after a Florida car accident, the cost will depend on the type of surgery you have, the hospital where the surgery is performed, and your insurance coverage. Some types of surgery can cost more than $100,000, and this price does not include other costs such as hospital stays, physical therapy, and prescriptions.
If you are unable to work due to car accident injuries, you could be compensated for lost wages through PIP or a lawsuit. In some cases, health insurance will cover part of the costs, but the victim may still be responsible for paying co-pays, deductibles, and out-of-pocket expenses.
There are various options for covering the cost of surgery and related expenses. An experienced attorney can explain your options and provide legal guidance to help ensure fair compensation.
Contact Our Florida Car Accident Lawyer
If you are concerned about paying for surgery after a Florida car accident, contact Browning Law Firm for a free, no-obligation consultation. We can help you navigate the legal process and determine what damages you are entitled to receive. There are never any legal fees unless we win your case. To schedule an appointment, fill out our online contact form, or call us at 850-344-1736.