Can Hospitals Take Your Car Accident Settlement as Payment?

Are Hospitals Required to Bill Your Health Insurance, or Can They Take Proceeds from a Car Accident Settlement? There are many ways that a medical care provider can be paid for services provided to a patient injured in a car accident. The first payment method is private health insurance. That is, after all, why we […]

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Suing for Emotional Damage After a Car Crash

Can a Car Accident Cause Emotional Damage? There are a wide variety of approaches to car accident lawsuits arising from emotional harm from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Claims for emotional damage after a car crash have historically invited additional evidentiary scrutiny by the courts because, arguably, these claims are easily made but difficult to verify. In […]

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“Only Pay For What You Need” Is Irresponsible

A man sporting a 1970s brush mustache, improbably accompanied by an enormous flightless bird, saunters into the camera frame and proudly declares that you’ll “only pay for what you need.” These ads are everywhere and, in my opinion, they are irresponsible. They expressly encourage people to buy the bare minimum insurance coverages required by law.

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