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Who will pay for my EMS, ER visit, and follow up care?
If you have PIP, and most people do, your no-fault coverage will kick in and pay for your medical bills.
Do I have PIP?
Most people in Kentucky have PIP unless specifically waived in writting.
What kind of a doctor should I go to?
It is up to you. It is always better to go to an M.D. or a specialist if you have an injury. However many chiropractic offices now have an M.D. on hand and most chiropractic treatment in many offices is administered either in conjunction with an M.D. treatment or under an M.D. supervision.
How much PIP money can I get for my medical treatment and lost wages?
It depends on your coverage. Most people in Kentucky will have at least $10,00.00 in coverage and maybe more.
What if the PIP money is not enough to cover my medical bills?
You should check all sources of coverage available.
What if I was a passenger in someone’s vehicle?
You will get your medical bills payed through their PIP.
What if the insurance company threatens to cut off my PIP payments or refuses to pay my bills?
Then we will sue them. Kentucky law now allows for recovery of attorney fees and interest for non-payment of PIP without reasonable grounds.
What if I was hit by an uninsured driver?
Check your policy for Under Insured Motorist coverage.
What if my minor children were injured?
Money collected for injured minors are kept in a blocked account until the child reaches 18.
What is Negligence?
Drivers have a legal duty to exercise “reasonable care.” If they fail to do so they are legally negligent. If you or your loved one has been involved in an accident big or small, you should call the police immediately and obtain a police report. You might not feel any pain or symptoms immediately, however your symptoms may manifest themselves later.
Some Examples of Driver’s Negligence:
- Driver was not obeying the traffic signs
- Driver was going above or below the legal speed limit.
- Driver did not use the turn signal or obey a traffic stop or light
- Drives was under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Driver’s breaks were defective
What are your legal rights?
If you were hurt through the negligence of another you are entitled to compensation for:
- Pain & Suffering
- Medical Bills
- Lost Earnings
The Statute Of Limitations
Claims for injuries and wrongful death must be brought within a specific time frame after the accident. If your claim is not brought within the statutory time limit, it may be barred forever. Therefore, you should contact an experienced attorney as soon as possible to discuss your specific case in detail.
If you or a loved one has suffered injury or death as a result of a car accident, Aleksander Law Office will aggressively prosecute your claim in and out of court. CALL NOW FOR A FREE CONSULTATION 502-589-0816, or fill out a contact form.