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Frequently Asked Questions after being injured in an automobile accident

These are just some common questions asked by people who have been injured in an automobile accident in San Diego that we come across often at The Law Firm of Howard Williams. If you have any other questions or concerns, or would just like to talk to a lawyer call us today at (858) 654 – 0407

1. What important steps should I take after my injury?

2. How will I pay for my medical bills?

3. Will hospitals, doctors and medical facilities wait to be paid if I’m not able to pay my bills as they are incurred?

4. How will my attorney ensure that the doctors and medical facilities get paid?

5. Will the insurance company of the person or company who caused my injuries pay my medical bills automatically as they occur?

6. What is the best way for me to keep track of all my bills?

7. How long will my automobile accident lawsuit take?

8. How soon do I need to file a lawsuit?

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