Pedestrian Accident Medical Bills

Are you wondering if the other driver’s insurance will pay for your pedestrian accident medical bills? Watch this video, then call our New York office now.

Question:

Will the driver’s car insurance pay for all of my medical bills in New York?

Answer:

Pedestrian Accident Medical Bills We’re often asked the question, “I was struck by a motor vehicle in New York City. Will that insurance company, the insurance company that insures the vehicle that hit me, pay my medical bills?” The answer is yes. You definitely want to make a claim for what we call no-fault benefits. There are some time deadlines. You want to do it within 30 days. Once you know who that insurance carrier is, you want to send that no-fault application to get those benefits rolling. You can get up to $50,000 of no-fault protection under New York law to cover your medical expenses. You definitely want to make sure you get that application in.

My suggestion to you is that you contact our office, and we would certainly move forward and get the necessary paperwork in to make sure those bills are paid. It’s not just about the medical bills – you certainly will get the medical bills paid – but you could very well have a claim for pain and suffering, depending on the extent of your injuries. We would prosecute a claim for pain and suffering and generate an award for you, a recovery for you, in dollars, to cover that conscious pain and suffering that you had to endure from the time of the accident up to date and going forward even.


Were you or a loved one severely injured after being hit by a vehicle in Florida and have questions about pedestrian accident medical bills? Contact experienced New York Pedestrian Accident Attorneys at the Law Offices of Brian J. Elbaum today for a legal consultation to learn what your case is worth.

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