How to pay for medical treatment after an accident when money is tight – Thursday Three
How do I pay for medical treatment after an accident if money is tight?
For many people facing the aftermath of a car accident, figuring out how to pay for medical treatment can be extremely difficult, even with health insurance. If health insurance isn’t an option, it may seem tempting to deal with the pain altogether. That does not have to be the only option. When you are injured in a car accident that was caused by someone else, the insurance company must pay for your injuries, even when it is expensive. And if the adjuster tells you that your treatment is only covered for a small amount of time, you still have the right to be paid for all of the treatment, as long as you bring your claim within the time limits. So even if money is tight, do not worry about out-of-pocket costs. Call an experienced car accident attorney. In our office, we make sure that our clients do not have to deal with bullying from the insurance company and we make sure to connect you with doctors who will provide the best treatment, regardless of health insurance or the ability to pay out-of-pocket.
50 great uplifting movies to inspire and teach life lessons
Nothing beats a great movie that leaves you feeling warm and fuzzy after the credits roll. That’s why we loved this article on the 25 best feel-good movies. Featuring classic films like Singing in the Rain (1952) and The Wizard of Oz (1939), animated ones like Aladdin (1992) and Zootopia (2016), romances like Shakespeare in Love (1998), and hilarious comedies like School of Rock (2003) and Set it Up (2018), this list is family-friendly and sure to leave you smiling, no matter what genre you’re into or in which generation you were born. Along those same lines, this list of 25 best family movies for teaching honesty, courage, and grit will help spark conversations that can sometimes be challenging to bring up on your own. We love that the article also provides suggestions on the lessons that can serve as talking points. For example, Facing the Giants is great for teaching faith, hope, and love; The Sandlot provides lessons on friendship, sportsmanship, and loyalty; 1984’s The Karate Kid exhibits character traits of resiliency, grit, balance, and patience; and 1962’s Mary Poppins encourages obedience, kindness, and honesty.
Converting an old ironing board into a standing desk is a brilliant way to save money
Although this hack was around way before COVID-19 forced us all to work from home, it’s so appropriate now. Traditional stand-up desks are not cheap, especially the adjustable kind. If you have an old ironing board laying around, a few tweaks and a piece of lumber can save you all of that money and also provide a bit of stress relief by taking your mind off of quarantine and onto a new project. Plus, the “desk” can be folded up and stored upright when not in use, saving precious space. This article explains exactly how to create the standing desk and we would love for our readers to share their finished products if taking a stab at it!