The most important thing on [a car accident victim's] mind is 'how am I going to get my medical bills paid?'
Winter Park, FL (PRWEB) July 21, 2012
Central Florida Accident Law Firm Cullen & Hemphill, has just released a new video about medical bills and how they are paid.
In the video Orlando Personal Injury Lawyer Kim Michael Cullen states, “Many people sit down with us for the first time to talk about a Florida car accident, and the most important thing on their mind at that point is generally, ‘How am I going to get my medical bills paid after my Florida car accident?’” Cullen first explains how all Floridians are required to have PIP (Personal Injury Protection) coverage, which pays for 80% of the medical expenses from a car accident up to a total of $10,000. If an accident victim has paid for a type of supplemental insurance called “medical payments”, chances are that 100% of their medical expenses will be paid. Cullen also explains several methods of gaining medical coverage if the victim somehow does not have PIP or if the PIP coverage is not enough to pay for all the necessary medical expenses. Finally, he warns that PIP will change on January 1, 2013 and reassures viewers that Cullen & Hemphill will release information about the new changes as January 1st approaches.
The Central Florida Personal Injury firm Cullen & Hemphill assists clients in situations such as:
- slip and fall
- negligent security accidents
- child injuries
- child neglect
- sexual abuse
- car, truck, and motorcycle accidents
- insurance disputes, especially in the case of accident insurance.
Cullen & Hemphill is a law firm that focuses on accident law in Winter Park and the surrounding areas, including Orlando, Maitland, Kissimmee, Casselberry, Altamonte Springs, Longwood, Lake Mary, Heathrow, Sanford, Winter Springs, Winter Garden, Clermont, Clearwater, Tampa, Lakeland, Cocoa Beach, Melbourne.