Minimum Amount of Medical Bills
Are you worried you need a minimum amount of medical bills to start a personal injury case? Watch this video to find out more.
Do I need a minimum amount of medical bills to file a claim?
When people come to my office after they’ve been involved in an accident, they ask what amount of medical bills is necessary for them to make a claim. In Pennsylvania, there is no minimum amount of medical bills you need to pursue a claim, but there is a direct correlation between the amount of medical bills and whether it’s worth hiring a lawyer for what the recovery will be. For instance, if you were involved in an accident and you’ve incurred $50,000 in medical bills, and you’ve been treated by a doctor for more than a year, obviously your case is going to be worth more than someone who went to the emergency room on one occasion and has $2,000 of medical bills. With the former example, it definitely is worth hiring a lawyer, but with the latter example, it’s probably not worth hiring a lawyer and you’re going to have a difficult time to find a lawyer to pursue that case.
Were you or a loved one seriously injured due to someone else’s negligence and have questions about the minimum amount of medical bills needed to file a claim? Contact our experienced Pittsburgh personal injury lawyers at Accident & Injury Law Group today for a free confidential consultation and case evaluation.
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