One of the biggest concerns that injury victims have after a motorcycle accident is how they will pay for their medical treatment. In most cases, hospital bills will be covered by the liable party’s insurance provider. However, it can take time to recover compensation, and your damages may exceed their coverage limits.
At Zanes Law Injury Lawyers, we can help you get the money you need to cover your expenses while you wait for a settlement or court-ordered payout. We will also work diligently to prove fault and ensure you recover the compensation you need and deserve. Reach out to us today to schedule a free case review with a member of our legal team.
You can hold the party responsible for your injuries liable by filing a claim with their insurance provider or submitting the paperwork necessary to sue them directly. However, before you can get started recovering compensation, you must first establish fault. Proving liability for a crash can often be quite challenging as many parties could potentially be ultimately responsible.
The good news is that you don’t have to attempt to determine liability on your own. An experienced motorcycle accident lawyer will know exactly what to look for when working to prove the fault of another party. Your attorney will investigate your accident to gather the necessary evidence to prove liability.
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If the at-fault party does not have insurance, they will be responsible for covering all your bills. However, if they do carry insurance, you can expect the insurance provider to cover at least a portion of your expenses. Whether the insurer will cover all of your bills depends on the liable party’s coverage limits and the extent of the damages you suffered.
In cases where your medical expenses exceed the insurance coverage limits of the liable party, you can expect the insurer to cover your costs up to the coverage limits. However, any additional expenses will need to be recovered through a personal injury lawsuit against the liable party.
Even if the at-fault party has insurance coverage, it may not cover your hospital bills if you were injured due to a deliberate act intended to cause harm. Insurance providers cover their clients for accidents, not acts of malice. That means that if your crash was purposefully caused by the responsible party, they will be fully responsible for your damages.
It can take quite a while to recover compensation after a motorcycle accident. While the hospital may be aware that you are awaiting compensation, they tend not to exercise patience when it comes to collecting payment for services rendered. Fortunately, a lawsuit loan can provide you with the money you need to pay your hospital bills while you wait for your case to resolve.
When you take out a lawsuit loan, the lender will give you money to cover your expenses, with the expectation that they will be repaid from the compensation you recover from the liable party. Because of this, these loans are processed differently from most others. Rather than looking at your financial history, lenders will look at your case and your likelihood of collecting damages.
Once your case has concluded, your loan will be repaid directly from the compensation you recover. Should you be unsuccessful in collecting damages from the at-fault party, you will have no obligation to repay the loan, and the lender will lose the money they gave you.
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Unfortunately, most of us do not have enough money set aside to cover our expenses after suffering a personal injury. Your hospital bills alone can be overwhelming, not to say anything of the many other costs you will likely face. Because of this, recovering compensation from the liable party can be essential for your financial future.
Additionally, collecting compensation can also be vital for your physical and mental health after an accident. The stress caused by financial pressures can be significant. After suffering an injury in a motorcycle accident, you need to be able to relax. Stress can greatly extend the time it takes to heal from an injury.
When you hire an experienced motorcycle accident lawyer, they can ensure that you are in the best possible position to recover the compensation you need from the liable party to cover your hospital bills and all other expenses. Additionally, an experienced attorney can help you find a lawsuit loan lender who can get you the money you need while you await compensation.
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At Zanes Law, we understand the financial pressures that can accompany a motorcycle accident injury. Our team of motorcycle accident lawyers can help ensure that your financial future is secure by holding the liable party accountable for your hospital bills and other accident-related expenses.
We can also help put you in touch with a reliable lawsuit loan lender who can get you the money you need to pay your bills while you wait for a resolution to your case.
Our law firm has a long history of securing significant compensation for our clients. We have achieved favorable results both through negotiating settlement deals and arguing our clients’ cases in the courtroom. Contact us by phone, using our online chat tool, or by completing our contact form. We offer free, no-obligation consultations, so don’t wait to reach out to us today.
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