If you’ve been hurt in a car accident, you probably have medical bills from your treatment.
Even if you use health insurance to cover your treatment (which you should), you may owe money back to your health insurance when your case resolves.
Medical providers often have balances left over as well even if you use your health insurance.
Many lawyers think they should just negotiate your case, pay what they have to pay, and send you a check.
The problem is, you may then get bills for outstanding balances and liens that the lawyer only partially paid. North Carolina law allows you pay only part of your bills from your settlement. But that does NOT mean the provider can’t come after you for the balance.
The Miller Law Group thinks that’s a bad way to do business. We try to negotiate your bills, liens, and balances so you don’t have to, and we keep you in the loop so you know what’s happening. When we give you a check, we want you to be done with your case and not have to keep looking over your shoulder for bill collectors, or be worried you’ll have problems with your health insurance the next time you need it.
That’s because at the Miller Law Group, our clients ARE our business. We want you to get you the best result we can, so we go the extra mile. Call us today at 919-348-4361 or click here to arrange for a free consultation.