I was injured as a pedestrian by a car. I just got EOB from geico. They covered (no fault) little of medical bills which is like 90 000 and they paid only 20 000. What does it mean? Is the money claimed by hospital on me? Or whom?
The hospital had you sign an assignment of benefits in order for them to bill the No-Fault insurance carrier. Once they bill the carrier, they must accept what the carrier gives them or the hospital has the option to file arbitration. You are NOT responsible for any fees and pursuant to the New York No-Fault Regulation, the hospital is not entitled to come after you or any proceeds of a personal injury action (certain exceptions apply).See question
After no fault is exhausted, I can use my own health insurance, right? If I win a liability case, do I always need to pay back to my own health insurance for the costs it covered?
If you have that serious a case, you should have a lawyer, and your lawyer will be able to advise you on your answer.See question
A month ago I was hit by a car on the crosswalk. The lawyer is filing a liability case. However, I am still unsure about one question. If my no-fault insurance is exhausted, can I use my health insurance and Medicaid? In such a case, will it be be...
Once your No-Fault is exhausted, yes, you can go through your health insurance. If you have Medicaid, any payouts would be subject to a lien against any monetary recovery.
Good luck.See question
Turns out I got several herniated discs in my back and neck bulging and torn also nerve damage in both arms and one leg spine is crooked neck bone flipped in severe pain all the time
Speak to a personal injury attorney as soon as possible.See question
My state is a no fault state. (NY) I was involved in a rollover car accident. A woman blew thru a stop sign and t-boned me. Totally her fault and I was fortunate that it was caught on surveillance camera. My medical bills were approximately $...
Your medical bills should have been covered by your own no-fault insurance coverage. If any of your medical providers took an assignment of benefits from you, they are not allowed to come after you nor put a lien on your settlement proceeds.See question
n April 2016 I went to the hospital with severe abdominal pain. After three days of pain I was told I needed my gallbladder taken out. My doctor insulted me and my weight before the surgery, and didn't come see me after the surgery. A month later ...
Most medical malpractice lawyers will provide you a free consultation. It's best to find one and schedule a meeting to determine if you have a case.See question
I purchased a Shiatsu Foot Massager from a third-party seller on Amazon in Oct. (http://amzn.to/2ird7ru) Been using it for about 2 months with no issues. Two days ago it malfunctioned and pulled my middle toe into the center roller mechanism. Befo...
I'm going to be very practical here: if your toe heals, the cost of pursuing a products liability case will outweigh any compensation you might be entitled to. If your toe, however, were to have to be removed, a lawyer would more easily accept your case.
I hope your toe heals. Best of luck.
Back in July I was rear ended while stopped in traffic. Dealing with the insurance company has been a nightmare. They have been bullying me to close my medical claim and this had made me fearful to go back to the doctor. I am experiencing a lot of...
Under the New York No Fault Regulation, your No Fault insurance company is not allowed to treat you as an adversary. If you are having trouble, contact one of the lawyers on AVVO to assist you with your PIP claim. Good luck!See question
Hi all. I had a workplace accident and sent in a brief summary of the head/spinal injuries to a law firm however 3 days later I received a letter of confirmation saying I was officially their client and liable for fees. I felt obligated to sign th...
Did the firm send you a retainer agreement? Did you sign it? There is no requirement that you stay with a lawyer that you are not feeling comfortable with.See question
I am a secretary doing billing for a psychiatrist. Patient has a no-fault insurance.
Your fees need to reflect those as outlined in the New York Worker's Compensation Fee Schedule. If you do not have this FS, you can contact an attorney who handles PIP arb/lit and if you provide us the CPT codes, we can provide you the information you are looking for.See question