What should I do if I was injured by another person and I do not have medical insurance?
If you were injured due to the negligence of another person and you don’t have medical insurance of your own there are other ways, potentially, of getting medical help. It depends on what the insurance of the other person is, if they have some coverage, such as medical payments coverage and how the injury occurred as to what coverage may apply. Additionally, there are different avenues that you can go through, through counties and through the state of Florida to receive low cost or no cost treatment while you’re going through your claim process, which would eventually have to be paid for at the end of your case. Additionally, there are also facilities that will treat people that have sustained personal injuries in Florida and hold their bill ’til the end of the case in order to get paid. In that case, again, you would have to reimburse the medical providers for the treatment they’ve provided you throughout your case.
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