Richard A. Bokor, P.A.

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230 E. Davis Blvd.
Tampa, FL 33606

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Richard A. Bokor, P.A.

Some people have a private medical insurance or they’re on Medicare and can pay for necessary medical bills. Workers’ compensation may also pay for some medical bills. This is why you must see a lawyer as soon as possible; they can walk you through a letter of protection. There are physicians who do personal injury work, including surgery. We will have the person sign a letter of protection to pay these doctors out of their recovery.

It is best to have private insurance or Medicare and if the other side has a lot of insurance, your lawyer might be able to negotiate a payment schedule with your doctor, assuring them that the other side is at fault. Your lawyer cannot guarantee them that you will recover because if it goes to trial, even the best cases can be lost. All your lawyer can do is tell your doctor that from past experience, he believes you should recover enough to repay them. It is very important to go to a competent doctor early on, who treats forensic legal medical cases and knows the methods of payment if you need methods of payment.

What Compensation Should I Be Seeking I My Personal Injury Claim?

The compensation you should seek depends on the injuries that you have sustained. Some juries may give you a million dollars for a horrendous injury. Other juries would give you 10 million dollars. There is no exact criteria for what a case is worth. It depends on what they will offer you in a settlement and what you will accept with the advice of your lawyer or what a Jury awards in a Trial.

How Is The Worth Of My Personal Injury Claim Determined?

The worth of your case is what the insurance company will offer you, what you will accept, and what a jury would award you.

How Long Does It Take To Receive Funds After A Settlement Has Been Agreed Upon?

If there is a settlement; usually the settlement says that they will pay to your attorney’s account in 20 or 30 days. If they don’t pay, your lawyer can go to court to make them pay.

Does The Severity Of An Injury Ensure The Likelihood Of Receiving A Larger Settlement?

Usually, in a more severe case, you either obtain a larger settlement or a larger jury verdict, but each case is different. When that jury goes to deliberate, they don’t know it but they adjust for many factors. A likeable person is likely to receive more money than a non-likable person. Usually, of course, a more serious injury should obtain a larger settlement or verdict, but that doesn’t always happen.

For more information on Paying For Medical Expenses During Pending Case, an initial consultation is your next best step. Get the information and legal answers you are seeking by calling (813) 906-2212 today.

Richard A. Bokor, P.A.

Call Now For A No Obligation Consultation
(813) 906-2212
* NO FEES PAID, Unless We Recover Damages

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