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How To Deal With Medical Bills After An Accident

Facing A Pile Of Medical Bills: Now What?

You’ve been injured in an accident in New Hampshire and are left with a pile of medical bills. What do you do?

At the law office of Attorney Mark Rufo PC, we have dedicated our practice to personal injury since 1979, so we have seen it all. We know that medical bills can be a huge source of stress as you recover from your injuries and can offer our insight about how to keep them from completely overtaking your life.

Don’t allow health care professionals to mislead you.

Are the tests and treatments you’re receiving really necessary? We know how health care providers work — sometimes the tests and treatments are superfluous or overpriced. In some cases, an attorney can help you get your bills reduced.

Keep track of every bill that you pay.

Keep a record of every bill that comes in related to your accident. A good personal injury lawyer will help with this: You need to keep a record to help your case for compensation.

See if your insurance will help with bills.

Using your insurance will not harm your case for compensation later. Depending on your insurance, you may need to pay back some of the bills if you receive compensation, but you should use your insurance as much as possible.

Talk To An Experienced Lawyer Today

You shouldn’t have to face financial hardship on top of your injuries. If you would like to discuss your case and see how we can help you manage your medical bills, call one of our local phone numbers listed below. You can also reach out through our online contact form. We do not charge until we win compensation for you.


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  • Do I have a personal injury claim or a workers’ compensation claim?
    You may have both! If you are injured at work or have developed an injury caused by repetitive stress or strain from your job, you are often eligible for workers’ compensation. But this only prevents you from suing your employer. If a third party caused the accident, you could have an additional personal injury claim against that party.
  • What if I can’t afford an attorney?
    Personal injury lawyers do not cost anything upfront. In fact, we get paid only when you do — and we receive only a percentage of the compensation we secure for you. This means that not only can you afford high-quality representation, but you know we will be fighting for the maximum possible recovery, because our own pay depends on it, too.
  • Why can’t I just accept the insurance company’s offer?
    Insurance companies make their money cheating you. Claims agents are trained to get you to agree to the lowest possible amount, so the company can continue to maximize its profit. The only way to look out for your best interests and ensure that you receive fair compensation is to seek counsel from an attorney who is experienced in standing up to these insurance companies.