What Is A Medical Lien?
The repayment of debt is an important consideration after being compensated for your injuries and losses in an accident, and a “medical lien” allows a medical care provider the right to be compensated if you, as a patient, are awarded damages in a settlement.
As it applies to personal injury cases, a medical lien ensures that hospitals and physicians receive a percentage of your compensation to cover prior medical services related to your injuries in the accident. Medical liens depend on a plaintiff winning the case or a settlement-agreement and typically apply to accident-victims who required immediate medical treatment and/or could not afford their necessary treatment.
If your medical bills have not been paid since being injured in the accident, or the costs of your treatment exceeded your insurance coverage, your medical care provider will have a right to a medical lien for the outstanding balance. Fortunately, these providers are generally flexible in terms of negotiating medical liens, as being paid can take years and they are not fully guaranteed to be paid in the first place. Our experienced car accident attorneys will work with the insurance companies and health care providers to arrange for timelier payments, reduce your financial burdens, and maximize your compensation for your injuries and losses.
We at Agruss Law Firm are proud to serve our fellow citizens in personal injury cases, especially when you or a loved one has been injured in an auto accident, and we are fully committed to protecting your rights and ensuring that the other party is held legally accountable when negligence occurs. We will fight until the very end to ensure that you are fully compensated for all injuries and losses resulting from the accident, including medical expenses, property damage, lost wages, and pain and suffering, and you won’t owe us a dime for our services.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an auto accident due to another driver’s negligence, contact Agruss Law Firm, LLC for a free consultation. Helping our clients is about counseling, advocating, and ultimately solving problems. With years of experience successfully representing the people and not the powerful, we will take care of the insurance adjusters, your medical bills, your property damage, and your lost wages, and monitor your treatment so you can focus on healing and getting your life back to normal. We will handle your case quickly and advise you every step of the way, and we will not hesitate to go to trial for you.
Lastly, our personal injury lawyers are not paid attorneys’ fees unless we win your case. Our no-fee promise is that simple. You have nothing to risk when you hire us – only the opportunity to seek justice.
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