Can I Get Money for My Injury If I’m Homeless?

Just because you’re homeless, doesn’t mean you’re not entitled to get money when you’re injured because of someone’s negligence. Your injury could be worth as much as $1 million or more, even if you’re homeless.

Some lawyers may not be interested in your case if you’re homeless because of difficulties staying in contact. But we have represented several homeless clients.

It was because of my first client who was homeless that I got the phone number 1-800-HURT-911, so she could call me toll-free. If you were injured and your homeless, we want to represent you.

If you receive public benefits, we can protect your public benefits so you can receive both your settlement money and your public benefits.

If you were hit by a car, the car’s insurance company will pay for all of your medical treatment even though you were a pedestrian, homeless and don’t have insurance.

If you need medical treatment and don’t have health insurance or Medicaid, we can obtain medical treatment for you. If you have Medicaid and have difficulty finding doctors that accept Medicaid, we can find good doctors who accept your Medicaid.

If you need transportation, we can arrange that for you also.

If you want your case to move quickly because you’re homeless, we’re good at settling quickly.

I settled a case in three months and obtained the entire insurance policy for a homeless woman in New York City who was hit by a car. This was in addition to getting her hospital and medical bills paid.

We obtained the entire $50,000 insurance policy within a few months for another homeless woman on Long Island whose foot was run over by a car. This was in addition to getting her hospital and medical bills paid.

We settled a case for $40,000 for a homeless man who was struck by a taxi in the Bronx. We could have gotten more but he needed the money and wanted to settle quickly.

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