If you choose to do nothing, then you will be the one who pays for all of your medical bills.
But It Doesn’t Have to Be Like That
Instead, you may be able to receive compensation for past, current, and future health care costs from the trucker, trucking company, or other party that caused your truck accident or from the insurance companies that insure the defendant(s).
As with any type of damages, you will need to prove the value of your damages to the insurance company or to the court. The evidence that you may need to establish the value of your damages could include:
- Copies of your medical bills.
- Receipts for prescriptions, rehabilitation therapies, or assistive medical devices.
- Testimony from medical experts about your future medical needs.
Your truck accident lawyer will work with you to identify the right types of evidence for your claim.
Get All of the Medical Costs You Deserve Following A Truck Accident
Medical costs cover a wide variety of health care expenses. Specifically, you should fight for your fair compensation for all of the following costs that are applicable to you:
- Medical tests.
- Doctors’ visits.
- Rehabilitation therapies, including physical therapy and occupational therapy.
- Assistive medical devices, such as crutches and prosthetic limbs.
Any cost that you can prove is related to the diagnosis, treatment, or cure of your injury may be included in your recovery.
An experienced truck accident lawyer can help you identify all of the potential medical costs that you may recover and present the right evidence to convince the insurance company or the court of the value of the recovery that you should make.
To learn more, please schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with our legal team as soon as possible. We want to help you get the full and fair truck accident injury recovery that you deserve as soon as possible. If you've been involved in a truck accident, contact us online or call us directly at 800.800.5678 to schedule your free consultation.