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McBrayer Family Health


Auto Accidents


Many times the billing that follows an auto accident where injuries were sustained, depends on the individual policy as well as the other persons policy. Basically, payment for injuries suffered in an auto accident can fall into 4 categories:

1) Medical benefits: It's highly recommended that everyone carry a minimal amount for medical coverage, as this ensures prompt payment to all medical providers that will not come out of your own pocket. Regardless of your innocense or fault in the accident, your bills will be covered assuming medical necessity if properly documented.

2) Lien: We accept liens in this office. What this means is that you didn't have medical coverage but you were not at fault in the accident. We will not require you to pay us for any services rendered, while we await payment from the other party's insurance which could take months or years. We do this so you get the vital care you need now before it becomes worse.

3) General insurance: We are active in-network providers with most insurance companies.

4) Cash: We accept cash, credit or check