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Injured by a Negligent Driver in a Car Accident, But Don’t Have Health Insurance? (Part 2)

By The Husband and Wife Law Team on November 9, 2009

First of all, we want to state that doctors do not work for free – nor should they. Just like everyone else who does a job or provides a service, they have a right to be paid. Hospitals and doctors’ practices are businesses and if they aren’t paid for their services, then they will quickly go out of business. Unfortunately, though, there are times when a victim injured in a car accident by a negligent driver needs surgery that’s not necessarily an emergency, but is, nonetheless, urgent. However, they can’t afford this surgery because they don’t have health insurance and they have yet to be compensated for their injuries by the at fault driver’s insurance company. That means they must live through agonizing pain and suffering that a simple surgery could correct because they were simply in the wrong place at the wrong time and suffered at the hand of a negligent driver. So how can a personal injury attorney help?

If you’ve been badly injured in a car accident in Glendale – or anywhere else in Arizona – and you can’t afford to pay for the medical treatment and care you need, then please contact the car accident attorneys in Glendale at Breyer Law Offices today. We provide a free, no obligation initial consultation to discuss your case, determine whether you have a legitimate claim, and to answer any questions you may have. If we do take your case, we will go the extra mile to ensure that your claim is resolved quickly, efficiently, and in the fairest manner possible. In fact, many of our clients’ personal injury lawsuits result in our clients receiving the most compensation possible under the law. This ensures that they have the money necessary to pay for medical bills and any future medical treatment that they might need.

Think you can’t afford us? Don’t worry. At Breyer Law Offices, we work on a contingent basis, which means we don’t get paid unless we recover compensation for your injuries. Don’t wait. Call us today.

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