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J D Haas
J D Haas, Lawyer (JD)
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Experience:  21 years as a serious injury/wrongful death trial lawyer; nationally board certified; 43 jury trials
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Medical liens from an accident attached to your deeded

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We had full tort. We was hit by another car. My wife had surgery and rehab. Even though the other driver was at found guilty. Their insuance company does not want to pay for Medical liens from an accident. If those cost are attached to your deeded property are they interest bearing.
Submitted: 9 years ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  J D Haas replied 9 years ago.
I am very sorry that this has happened to your family. Your attorney should be responsible for getting a settlement or verdict that pays for your medical bills and liens. If the amount available for compensation is not sufficient, then some medical liens may not be paid. These liens could be turned into a judgment lien on your property. Interest could accrue on the medical liens. I am sorry that my information is not positive to your goals.

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Customer: replied 9 years ago.
Expert:  J D Haas replied 9 years ago.
Thank you and best wishes to you and your family.