Personal injury cases in Georgia are all too common, with victims suffering from a wide range of accidents, such as car crashes, slip and falls, and workplace injuries. One of the most crucial aspects of a personal injury case is receiving appropriate medical treatment to ensure a full recovery. However, many victims face financial challenges that prevent them from obtaining the necessary care. This is where attorney liens come into play. In this blog, we will discuss the concept of attorney liens and how they can help personal injury victims in Georgia receive medical treatment without upfront costs.
An attorney lien is a legally binding agreement between a personal injury attorney, their client, and a medical provider. In this arrangement, the attorney agrees to pay the medical provider for the client’s treatment out of the proceeds of the client’s personal injury settlement or judgment. This allows the client to receive necessary medical treatment without paying upfront costs, while the medical provider is assured payment once the case is resolved.
There are several benefits to seeking medical treatment on an attorney lien, including:
When your personal injury case is resolved, either through a settlement or a judgment, the funds allocated for medical expenses will be used to pay off the attorney lien. Your attorney will ensure that the medical provider is paid appropriately, and any remaining funds will be disbursed to you.
Seeking medical treatment on an attorney lien offers numerous benefits for personal injury victims in Georgia. By working with an experienced personal injury attorney, you can secure the medical care you need without worrying about upfront costs, ultimately strengthening your personal injury claim. If you or a loved one has been injured due to someone else’s negligence, it is essential to seek legal advice and prioritize your medical treatment to ensure the best possible outcome for your case. At Cohen & Sinowski, our compassionate, experienced, and determined attorneys are here to help. Contact us today for a free consultation and let us guide you through the process, ensuring you receive the care and compensation you deserve.