What If I Can’t Afford To See The Doctor?

Nearly everyone's biggest worry after they get into an accident is how much it will cost. One of the biggest costs is always medical bills, especially if the injuries are serious. Because of this, many people try to "tough it out."

However, if your injuries get worse over time, it may already be too late to seek the compensation that you could have secured to help cover your medical bills. At Carter Craig, Attorneys at Law, this is one of the biggest mistakes that we see people make.

Why You Need To See The Doctor

When you come to our office in Danville, Virginia, one important piece of information we will always want is medical records related to your accident. Being able to prove your injuries and the severity of them is one of the most important parts of any personal injury claim.

We have seen too many situations where someone thinks they are fine, only to experience extreme pain and suffering days or weeks later. Muscle strains, broken bones and other injuries can reveal themselves over time. Seeing a doctor will ensure you are doing everything you can to aid in your recovery.

When you do not go to the doctor, the defense will be able to argue that your injuries are not that serious or that they do not even exist. This will do serious harm to your case.

We Will Review Your Coverage Available To You

As your lawyers, we will review all of the coverage available to you that you may not even be aware you had. This could include some medical coverage through your car insurance, low-cost, public-access facilities or work-provided disability benefits.

We will look into all the options available to you to help you find a doctor that will allow you to get the care that you need.

Schedule A Free Consultation Today

Do not let a lack of health insurance stop you from exploring your options. Get in touch with us as soon as possible after your accident to learn more. You will owe no fees if we cannot secure compensation for you. Send us an email or call our office in Danville, Virginia, at 866-605-6017 or 434-710-4794.