Were you injured and transported by an ambulance company such as Regional Paramedical Services?
You may have unpaid bills following an incident during which you were injured. This includes an ambulance bill that you may have received in the mail.
In fact, you may be shocked to receive an ambulance bill because you have health insurance.
Sometimes you will not receive an ambulance bill, and obtaining it can be a pain. Don’t worry, we will tell you how to request your bill in this blog.
If you were injured in a crash, Fob James Law Firm can get the bill for you. We can also negotiate the amount of the bill lower which puts more money in your pocket. .
Who Is Regional Paramedical Services?
Regional Paramedical Services is an ambulance business that was established in Walker County, Alabama.
The company services individuals throughout much of Alabama and has several locations, including Jefferson County, St. Clair County, and Talladega County.
Why Did I Receive An Ambulance Bill?
Ambulance companies such as Regional Paramedical Services operate throughout the State of Alabama. They will often be called to the scene of an incident such as a car wreck to provide prompt care and transport injured victims.
Like any other medical provider, ambulance companies get paid for services rendered. You may owe the costs associated with the ambulance trip to the emergency room, including the mileage for the ambulance trip to the hospital!
Rest assured, if you were injured due to the wrongdoing or negligence of another person or business, the legally responsible party is supposed to reimburse you for out-of-pocket expenses or pay for any costs associated with your treatment, including ambulance bills.
An experienced personal injury attorney may be able to assist you in dealing with the costs associated with your possible injury claim, including the ambulance bill.
How Do I Request My Bill From Regional Paramedical Services?
Regional Paramedical Services lists its contact information on its website:
- Phone: 800-814-5339 or 844-297-4135
- Fax: 336-740-9788
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To request your bill, we recommend calling or emailing them. If you do not know your account number, make sure you provide your name, date of birth, and date of service when you request your bill.
Contact Us If You Need Help With An Ambulance Bill
If you were injured because of the wrongdoing or negligence of another party, do not hesitate to contact us to see if you may be entitled to compensation for the bills you have received.
We can help negotiate your bills lower, which puts more money from any settlement in your pocket.
Do not forget that you may be entitled to much more than medical bills, including the value of the pain and suffering associated with your injuries!