Victims Should Never Pay for Their Medical Care Bills from A Car Accident
Get Compensation to Cover Medical Care and Resulting Conditions & Disabilities
Your car has just been totaled in an accident and you’ve been injured. Your insurance might cover some of the medical expenses, but if your injuries are serious, you may need more compensation. If the accident wasn’t your fault, we can help you win additional compensation in court from auto insurance and health care providers. An experienced lawyer familiar with Wisconsin car accident law can help you prove the true cost of all your medical expenses, especially if there will be more expenses in the future after your settlement date.
The most common parties who will be responsible for paying your medical bills after a car accident are:
- Your Health Insurance Provider
- Your Auto Insurance Provider (Personal Injury Protection)
- The Person-at-fault’s Health Care Provider
Is Wisconsin Considered a No-fault State?
No, Wisconsin is not a no-fault state. Wisconsin uses the tort auto insurance system, meaning that if a motor vehicle accident occurs, someone must be determined to be the cause of the accident. The person at fault is then responsible to pay for property damages, lost wages and pain & suffering.INJURED? TAKE ACTION
Normally if you are injured in a motor vehicle accident, you are still responsible for paying your medical bills, which is when your auto insurance and health care provider come into play.
Warshafsky Law Firm of Milwaukee represents auto accident victims who need medical care coverage. Calculating your total medical care bills and future medical expenses takes time. There is a statute of limitations for claiming lost wages so you must move fast. Let our elite auto accident injury attorneys help you by contacting us for a free car accident case appraisal.
Living with injuries from an accident that wasn't your fault is hard enough, living with the debt and financial hardship that comes with them is unacceptable. Contact Warshafsky if your insurance doesn't cover your car accident injuries including:
- Cuts, scrapes, and bruises
- Broken bones
- Broken foot
- Broken ankle
- Broken arm
- Neck and back injury
- Broken collarbone
- Broken elbow
- Broken femur
- Broken hand
- Head trauma
- Broken hip
- Fractured jaw
- Broken leg
- Dislocated joints
- Loss of limb
- Internal organ damage
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Spinal injury/paralysis
- Injuries requiring surgery
- Herniated Discs
Warshafsky Law Firm – Top Rated Personal Injury Attorneys
You will receive a higher cash settlement if our firm prepares your case to win at trial. IF your case goes to trial we will achieve the highest judgment. We make those responsible pay - literally. Through your fair and just compensation, a forceful message is sent, prohibiting those in power from ever again letting anyone suffer as unlawfully as you have.
You deserve to be made whole. Warshafsky Law Firm has provided rigorous litigation, stalwart prosecution, and even certified private investigation for over 60 years. If you've been injured in a car accident you deserve an attorney who will fight for you. An attorney who understands personal injury law. An attorney who will extract the full monetary value of your injury from the liable parties. You deserve Warshafsky Law Firm.
Get The Compensation You Deserve For Your Accident
Sometimes a car accident victim's injuries are less visible than broken bones and cuts. Emotional damage, and mental scars can hide under the surface and cause pain for years. No matter how your car crash has affected your life, Warshafsky can help you get compensation. It IS about the money.
- Medical care (including hospital stay, medications, physical therapy, and any other medical expenses)
- Lost Wages (including loss of income and loss of earning capacity)
- Property damage (for repair or replacement of your car and its contents)
- Pain and suffering (pain and discomfort during, immediately after, and ongoing long-term as a result of the accident)
- Emotional distress (sleep loss, fear, anxiety—sometimes falls under pain and suffering)
- Loss of enjoyment (inability to enjoy certain hobbies and other activities)
- Loss of consortium (damage to your relationship with your spouse because of their injury)
- Punitive damages (basically to punish the negligent party for their reckless conduct)