Truck Accident Medical Bills
Are you concerned about paying for your truck accident medical bills after a commercial vehicle crash in Florida? Contact Layman Law Firm today.
How will I pay for my medical bills after a truck accident?
If you are injured as a result of a truck hitting your car, your medical bills will be paid for by your own PIP insurance, as in a car accident case. The fact that the person who hit you was in an 18-wheeler or truck really has no bearing on how your medical bills get paid. Under a PIP policy, you have $10,000 available. Medical bills are paid at a rate of 80 percent, while lost wages are paid at a rate of 60 percent. PIP will also pay for other incidentals, such as mileage to and from the doctor and prescription expenses.
Were you or a loved one seriously injured in a truck accident in Florida and have questions about paying for medical bills?
Contact the experienced Brevard County personal injury lawyers at Layman Law Firm to schedule a free, confidential consultation.
Let our experience work for you.
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Out of Town Legal Resources
We get calls from people who are injured in truck accidents in other areas of the country. We are constantly looking for attorneys and online resources that can help people in other areas. We found a personal injury firm in Buffalo, NY that focuses on truck accidents and also provides great online resources. If you or someone you know is injured by a truck in New York, check out their New York Truck Accident Guide.