So, You’ve Been in an Accident…

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If you’ve been in an accident it can feel like your life has been ripped from you. Even if your routine is still fairly normal, the pain and inconvenience of bandages and doctor appointments can be frustrating. Car accidents aren’t the only accidents that can cause serious injury and put you down and out. There are a number of other types of accidents that can put your life on hold.

  • Motor vehicle accidents. Even if it was only a fender bender, a car or motorcycle accident can result in damages that are worse than you might think. To add to the pain and difficulty, your court case can take a while and if you don’t have the right insurance, you may not be able to get the treatment that you need right away.
  • Dog bites. Not only are dog bites painful, but they can be seriously dangerous. If you’ve been the victim of a dog bite, but don’t have the insurance that you need, you may be required to wait for treatment until you get the money from your case.
  • Slips and falls. Slips and falls can result in months of downtime and can even prevent you from working. It can be even more frustrating if you don’t have the money to pay for treatment and can’t sustain yourself while you’re out of work and have to wait for your court case to settle.
  • Defective or faulty product accidents. If you’ve experienced side effects or injury from defective or faulty products, you likely have grounds to take legal action, but being able to pay the medical bills before your court case has settled can be extremely difficult, especially without proper insurance.

These and other accidents can cause major setbacks in your everyday life and financial stability. It may seem like there’s no helpful solution, but Med-Care Solutions is here to help.

You Can Get the Help You Need

We offer financial solutions for healthcare providers by purchasing medical lien-based receivables from hospitals, surgery centers, diagnostic centers, and doctors. We do this so that you can get the help you need as quickly as possible.

Visit our FAQs and Patients page at for more information.