How Can I Afford Medical Care?

A big worry that almost everyone has after an accident is how to afford medical care. If you or a loved one has extensive injuries because of someone else's negligence, and you want to pursue compensation, it is important to receive medical care and follow recommended treatment.

At Conner Riley Friedman & Weichler in Erie, Pennsylvania, we work with our clients to help them find any source of medical coverage available after an accident. While we are working on your case, you can have peace of mind knowing that you can receive the medical care your injuries require.

We Will Explore All Options Available To You

Once you start medical treatment, it is important that you continue it. To make your case as strong as possible, you must prove that you are doing everything possible to recover. If not, the defense will argue that your injuries are not as serious as you allege. This could limit your compensation.

We will work to determine if:

  • You are eligible for Medicaid
  • You can receive disability benefits or wage loss benefits through your work
  • We can negotiate a letter of protection with your doctor that states you will pay for your medical care from the compensation you receive

Additionally, we work tirelessly to maximize the benefit of settlements our clients receive. That includes whether it is best to receive a lump-sum payment or a structured settlement. If someone is eligible for government benefits, we will work to structure the settlement in a way that does not jeopardize their eligibility for that additional compensation.

Before You Stop Treatment, Contact Conner Riley Friedman & Weichler

We pride ourselves on being a detail-oriented, client-centered law firm. We build long-lasting relationships with our clients because we help them in any way they need. We will find you the care you need to aide in your recovery.

Additionally, you will not have to worry about attorney fees, because we accept all of our personal injury cases on a contingency basis. That means unless and until we secure compensation on your behalf, you will not owe us a penny. To learn more, call our firm at 814-240-3339 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation.