Health and Disability Insurance Subrogation Claims
If an insurer pays an injured victim’s medical bills or covers their lost wages, the victim often must reimburse the insurer when their personal injury claim settles. If you’ve been injured in a car accident and you received health insurance benefits or disability insurance benefits, you should contact an Atlanta health insurance subrogation lawyer.
The legal team at Graham Scofield Injury Lawyers will help you resolve your health insurance subrogation claims and your disability benefit subrogation claims.
Call us today at (404) 939-9470. Also, you can reach out through our online form to schedule a free case review.
How Can A Lawyer Help Me Resolve A Health Insurance Subrogation Claim?
Many times, insurance companies pursue invalid subrogation claims. They hope you’ll pay them without asking questions. We never take them at their word.
Instead, we order a copy of the insurance plan documents. Then, we review them. We often discover insurance plan exceptions that invalidate the insurer’s reimbursement claim.
Some health insurance subrogation claims and disability insurance subrogation claims are valid. If so, we’ll negotiate a reduction. That way, you’ll maximize your settlement.
What If I Don’t Pay The Health Insurance Subrogation Claim?
The insurers may sue you if you don’t resolve your subrogation claims. If you lose, you may have to pay attorneys’ fees. Your credit rating may suffer, as well.
If you receive a reimbursement request while your personal injury claim is pending, you should notify your attorney ASAP.
Graham Scofield Injury Lawyers Can Help
Our Atlanta personal injury lawyers proactively resolve health insurance subrogation claims and disability benefit insurance claims. That way, those claims won’t delay your case resolution. You’ll also have peace of mind knowing that the insurance companies won’t harass you long after your claim settles.
Call us today at (404) 939-9470. Also, you may reach out through our online form to schedule a free case review.