Slip and Fall Medical Bills
Even if you have minimal slip and fall medical bills, you may still be eligible for compensation. Contact our office to learn more information.
Do I need a minimum amount of medical bills to file a slip and fall injury claim?
When we have clients come in who have been injured in slip and fall, one of the first things they want to know is if they need to have a minimum amount of medical expenses incurred in order to justify a personal injury case. While there are some cases that have very significant injuries and minor medical expenses, those are the exception and not the rule. When looking at a slip and fall claim, you need to have an injury that’s pretty substantial to warrant pursuing one of those cases.
The reason for that is because these types of cases are so fact and expert-intensive. They’re expensive to work up. No one wants to spend their time going through a case where the value of the injury is $15,000, but you have to spend $20,000 on the case to make that recovery. In order to pursue one of these cases, you generally need to have a situation where someone has a significant injury such as a broken bone, or an injury requiring surgery, in order to justify the claim. If you have been injured in a slip and fall, it’s a good idea to immediately contact a personal injury lawyer who can help you evaluate your case and make sure you understand what’s necessary to pursue it.
Were you or a loved one seriously injured in an accident in Georgia and have questions about slip and fall medical bills?
Contact the experienced Atlanta slip and fall lawyer at The Gunnels Law Firm today to arrange a free consultation and case evaluation.
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