Bremen Insurance Subrogation and Medical Reimbursement Attorney
It Could Have a Real Impact on Your Recovery After a Serious Accident
Most of our clients have never heard the term subrogation. Here's an example in a nutshell:
You were hurt in a car accident. Your health insurance company covered most of your medical bills and your car insurance paid to get your vehicle fixed, but you're still left with pain and some scars. The other driver was responsible and is forced to pay you in a personal injury claim. Now your own insurance company wants their money back, claiming that you owe them for medical reimbursement. What do you do?
Call a lawyer who understands the law and the tricks that insurance companies will try to cut their costs, and who can answer your questions about what insurance subrogation and medical reimbursement are and how they apply in your case.
Experienced Attorney · Free Consultation · Contact Murphy & Garner
At Murphy & Garner, we've been helping accident victims in western Georgia and eastern Alabama recover the full compensation they deserve for their injuries.
Call us today at 678-563-1584 or send us an e-mail now to talk to a respected attorney who can handle the insurance companies when they want medical reimbursement or the money for your damaged vehicle back.
Do I Have To Pay Back the Insurance Company for My Medical Bills?
If your health insurance company covered your injury and you then went on to win a personal injury claim, the insurance company may ask for (or demand) a medical reimbursement.
They will tell you that you owe them the money. What they won't tell you is that unless you were fully and completely compensated for your injury — unless you were made completely whole again (“made whole doctrine”) — in many cases an experienced attorney can keep them from trying to take your money.
Contact our office in Bremen, Georgia, today to talk to a lawyer who knows the process and who can stand up for your right to full recovery against any insurance company that's trying to cut their costs by shortchanging you.