Have you been seriously injured in an accident caused by another person's
careless or reckless behavior? If so, you may be wondering who is going
to pay for your medical treatment. Accident victims should not have to
pay for medical treatment out of their own pocket, particularly in accidents
in which the injured party is not at fault. Who is going to pay for your
medical treatment will largely depend on the type of accident in which
you were involved.
car accident cases, the determination as to who will pay for medical treatment will be based
on whether you chose to purchase traditional car insurance or "no-fault"
car insurance. Individuals with no-fault insurance will simply need to
file a claim with their own insurance company to get medical treatment
and other accident-related bills paid.
If you sustained permanent or life-threatening injuries, you may also be
able to pursue legal action against the liable party regardless of your
no-fault coverage. If you have traditional insurance, you will need to
file a claim with the at-fault driver's insurance company so that the party responsible
for causing your injuries can be held financially liable for his or her actions.
In other types of accidents, you may be able to pursue damages by filing
a lawsuit or claim against the individual directly responsible for causing
If you have been involved in an accident, one of the first things you need
to do is hire an accomplished personal injury lawyer to represent your
case. The outcome of your case will be directly influenced by the lawyer
you choose. Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law has been providing legal
representation to accident victims and their families for many years.
We understand how expensive medical treatment can be for injuries sustained
in an accident, so we work hard to give our clients legal protection and
peace of mind in knowing we are aggressively fighting on their behalf.
We have recovered countless high-value settlements over the years and
you can trust we will do everything we can to help you maximize your claim.
Speak with a New Jersey personal injury lawyer at our firm immediately so that we can work on getting you fairly compensated
for your injuries, while you concentrate on your recovery.