You’re saying that I should see a doctor, but how am I going to pay for it?
A personal injury case will be taken up by several physicians on a “lien” basis. This means that during the course of his or her care, the doctor will not demand reimbursement from the defendant, but will wait for the settlement of the case to be charged and will subtract their fee from your settlement or award.-Click This Link
Assuming it is decided that the crash is the fault of the other motorist, his or her insurance provider will be responsible for the fair medical costs you have incurred. However, it is important to be aware that insurance providers will not pay to receive medical records, care that is not relevant to the injury, unreasonably high medical costs, or for unnecessary medical tests. To ensure that the medical costs incurred are fair and customary, you and your doctor can check with your attorney periodically.Prior to evaluating all of the relevant evidence and assessing the full extent of your injuries, it is almost impossible to reliably predict the importance of your case. When physicians later conclude that surgery is needed, small cases may become major. Conversely, if new facts that impact liability come to light, big cases will become small.
The worth of their cases would be “ballpark” by some attorneys, but this is normally a mistake. Until your counsel has reviewed all medical reports and photos and your doctor has determined the full extent of your injuries and the need for surgical care, the value of your claim will not fully be determined. These proceedings can take weeks or months, and for this reason, any attorney who suddenly attempts to give you a clear monetary result in your case should be suspicious of you.