Can I Get Treatment After a Car Accident If I Don’t Have Health Insurance?
You can still get treatment for your injuries after a car accident if you don’t have health insurance. Insurance companies sometimes try to deny your claim, and obtaining the compensation you need for your medical bills can be a long process. An attorney familiar with Pennsylvania injury law and car accident cases can help you navigate the process.
Medical Treatment Is Critical After a Car Accident
What if the Driver Who Hit Me Is Uninsured?
If the driver who hit you is uninsured, you can potentially still recover compensation for your losses. Under Pennsylvania's no-fault auto insurance system, you can rely on your no-fault policy to cover some of your medical care after an accident. This is true no matter who caused the crash. This policy may even pay for your full medical treatment if you only suffered minor or moderate injuries. You must file an
How to Access Traffic Camera Footage in Pennsylvania
Being in a car accident in Pennsylvania can be dangerous and scary. But it can also be complicated and confusing, leaving many wondering what are the next steps to take for moving forward. In many cases, after a car accident in Pennsylvania, it is important to obtain the traffic camera footage of your accident. But how do you gain access to traffic camera footage in Pennsylvania?
What Happens When You Get Into a Car Accident With a Leased Car in Pennsylvania?
Because the leased car is owned by the leasing company, they will need to be contacted and kept involved during the process of obtaining vehicle repairs and compensation. What you receive after the accident will depend on your insurance coverage, leasing terms, and who was at fault. Throughout this process, you have a right to consult a lawyer like the ones serving at Berger and Green,...
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