Posted By The Law Offices of Eugene G. Bruno, P.C. Posted in: Pedestrian Accident.
Pedestrians tend to sustain more severe injuries compared to drivers and other vehicle occupants because a pedestrian’s body is fully exposed to a direct impact in case of a collision (motorists and their occupants, meanwhile, are shielded from a direct impact by airbags and layers of metal and steel).
If you have been in a pedestrian accident in San Diego or elsewhere in California, you have probably seen numerous doctors, physicians, and other medical professionals. You have most likely been required to go through a plethora of tests and analysis, and now your primary treating physician has determined the treatment plan for you.
Before you know it, medical bills have climbed as high as tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars, and you are expected to spend much more to recover. What should you do? How do you pay for your medical bills after a pedestrian accident? Should you wait for the settlement?
These are the questions we asked our San Diego pedestrian accident attorney from the Law Offices of Eugene G. Bruno, P.C.
“You see, even if the person who caused the pedestrian accident has admitted his or her fault, he/she and their insurance company will most likely not pay immediately,” warns our experienced pedestrian accident attorney in San Diego. “It could take months or even years for you to get your hands on the personal injury settlement or verdict.”
If you are wondering how your medical bills should be paid after a car accident, there are several options to consider:
Consult with our best pedestrian accident lawyers in San Diego to determine the best way to pay for your medical expenses. Schedule a free consultation by contacting the Law Offices of Eugene G. Bruno, P.C. Call at 888-278-6688 or fill out this contact form for a free case evaluation.
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