†Does not include costs advanced in cases. See contract for more detailed listing of what is included in costs.
Effective July 1, 2013, hospitals and doctors offices will begin giving automobile accident patients "Assignment of Benefits" papers. The assignment allows hospitals and other medical providers to bill your car insurance company directly for medical payments coverage. By law, you do not need to sign the document. If you do, you are signing away your rights to payments that, prior to 2013, could have come to you to help you with your benefits. If you do not call us for assistance, make sure to read the mandated "small print" carefully.
Not in most cases. Bud's Heating and Air Conditioning maintains a fully stocked warehouse with transportation available to get your system up and running quickly. We employ a dedicated parts manager to expedite orders in the event that your part needs to be ordered. We service nearly all makes and models of heating, air conditioning and indoor air quality equipment and can get your problem fixed fast!
A new roof is a big investment, typically involving thousands of your hard-earned dollars and lasting 25, 30, 40 years, or more. As with any big investment, knowing in advance what your warranty covers could save you thousands in the event that problems arise with your roof.
Simple Answer: Yes. There is no guarantee that the person causing your injuries will pay for your medical bills. There may be many reasons why a negligent party will not pay your bills. Your medical provider is going to want payment in advance of treatment and the only way you can obtain that treatment is by using your health insurance.