A number of personal injury victims sign medical liens every year.The victims often times do not know the consequences that a lien can have on their personal injury settlement.Signing a medical lien could be a fatal mistake that can wreck your personal injury claim.
Receive Treatment for Your Injuries
Whatever your case may be (lien or no lien) it is important to receive treatment and continue that treatment if necessary.Your recovery is critical to you and your family.Receiving treatment will help to ensure your injuries do not get worse after your accident.
Reasons to Avoid Medical Liens
Once a medical lien is signed you have obligated your personal injury lawyer to pay you expense from your settlement.If your recovery is less than your medical bills, you will be obligated to pay the difference.
Over the years, it has become apparent to me that a client walks away with more money if they don’t sign a medical lien.A lien offers no oversight as to the appropriateness of service.Doctors treating patients on a lien can over charge, over treat, or both.
Free Personal Injury Book to Injured Los Angeles Accident Victims
If you would like to learn more about medical liens and other fatal mistakes that can wreck your settlement, request your free personal injury accident book. The Seven Fatal Mistakes That Can Wreck Your California Personal Injury Claim, by John Bisnar provides insight into the settlement process and contains information that every self represented claimant needs to know to receive a fair settlement.This book is valued at $14.99 but offered at no cost to California personal injury victims.
Finding an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured from a California car accident, please contact an experienced personal injury lawyer.California accident victims may contact BISNAR | CHASE Los Angeles personal injury attorneys for a free, no obligation consultation.BISNAR | CHASE has helped over 6,000 victims recover hundreds of millions of dollars.Let us do the same for you.