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Calculating Medical Expenses After An Injury

After being involved in a collision caused by another driver’s negligence or the negligence of some other entity, such as a manufacturer, car accident victims may be entitled to file a lawsuit to collect damages. When injuries are serious or catastrophic, medical bills often become overwhelming for many people.

At Jonathan Perkins Injury Lawyers, we believe you deserve both compassion and compensation for your injuries. Instead of worrying about how you’re going to afford to pay for your medical expenses, focus on recuperating while we fight to recover compensation for your medical damages.

If you were injured in an auto accident, complete our free intake form to begin exploring your legal options.

How Are Medical Expenses Calculated For Damages After An Accident?

The last thing with which you want to concern yourself when recovering from a serious car accident is how you are going to pay for your medical bills. Taking into account all the other expenses auto accident victims accrue after being involved in a collision, expensive medical bills can make a victim feel as if they are going to drown in debt.

When a victim is able to prove, with the help of an attorney, that the accident was caused by another driver, they have a solid case for a personal injury claim. Medical bills are rarely lumped into a single sum, so it is important for victims to keep a record of all medical expenses they incur.

Personal injury victims may be able to recover compensation for hospital visits, physician examinations, ambulance transport and costs, and other medical-related expenses. In order to be awarded medical damages, a victim must be able to show that the expenses were directly related to their injury and medical conditions.

Both past and anticipated medical expenses, including rehabilitation, should be included when calculating damages. Future costs are calculated by reviewing and summarizing an injured person’s medical needs over a lifetime.

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Expensive medical costs are typically an indicator of the seriousness of an injury. The cost of medical care is one of the most important factors used when calculating the potential value of a claim. As a general rule of thumb, the higher your medical bills are, the more damages you are entitled to collect.

No one ever expects to be involved in an accident, and one that results in severe and debilitating injuries is tragic for all parties involved. Let us worry about ensuring your financial stability while you focus on your rehabilitation.

Schedule a consultation with an attorney at Jonathan Perkins Injury Lawyers by calling 800-PERKINS or completing our simple online intake form.