Friday, April 27, 2012
Any Maryland car accident lawyer will tell you that medical expenses are frequently the biggest component of recoverable damages. Any seasoned Maryland caraccident lawyer who tries his or her cases will tell you that assembling all the expenses incurred, in a form that is admissible at trial, can be a daunting, but necessary, task. As those involved in a Maryland car accident, there is no "bill" from a hospital, but, usually multiple bills [e.g. the emergency physician, the facility, the ambulance, the radiologist, and possibly a pharmacist or another physician.] The Maryland car or automobile accident victim must make sure the accident/injury lawyer has all the information about medical services obtained prior to the lawyer involvement, and, specifically, detailed information, and proof regarding out of pocket costs, co-pays, or any transportation expenses associated with medical visits, so that these recoverable damages can be catalogued, and presented appropriately.