I just received a medical authorization form in the mail form the insurance company. What should I do?
If you sign a medical authorization for the insurance company, you are granting them full access to all of your medical history and personal information. You should never sign a health authorization for the insurance company until you have first spoken with a qualified personal injury about your case. We will be happy to discuss your options if you have been involved in an auto accident and have questions about your case, For Free, Call 843-277-6061, or email us by clicking here.
If you can answer YES to theses six questions, we may be the injury law firm for you.
Do you have total expected medical bills and lost wages (not just out-of-pocket expenses) of at least $2,000.00?
Is there visible property damage to your car?
Was the accident someone else’s fault?
Did you seek medical treatment no more than (3) days after the accident?
Have you followed the recommended course of treatment of your doctor?
Did the accident happen less than 18 months ago?
If you answered YES to each of these questions, you should give us a call at 843-277-6061 to find out if you need a personal injury attorney for your case.