Help is Right
Mighty can help you find medical providers and ways to pay upfront for the treatment you need after an accident.
Care You Can Trust
We help you get the treatment you need to heal your body and mind after an accident.
We assess your injuries and use real patient feedback to assemble a team of providers tailored to your needs.
We find close, convenient, and compassionate healthcare providers, including in-office and virtual visits.
It’s normal to feel anxious after an accident, more than a third of people do. So if you’re feeling uneasy, we’ll help you connect with a therapist or free mental health resources.
Nothing But the Truth
Transparency isn’t typical in the personal injury industry, but it’s in our DNA. We know you might not have money upfront to cover the costs of your care, so we help you find a way to pay.
Know Your Options
Your dedicated case manager can help you understand and decide the right way to pay for your healthcare while you wait for your case to resolve.
No Quid Pro Quos
We will never ask or accept anything from medical providers in return for referring clients to them. Because our clients’ well-being is more important than any ballgame.
If you sign up with Mighty, your Mighty Law lawyer and the Mighty team will take over dealing with all the insurance companies involved in providing coverage. We will work with your insurance to understand your benefits under all applicable policies - the most common are your auto insurance and health insurance companies. We will confirm coverage, policy limits, and benefits. Then we will work with the insurance companies to get your bills paid and resolve your case. This includes car repairs, diminished value, medical bills, time missed from work and any other aspects of your personal injury settlement that come up.
If your health insurance company paid your medical bills after your accident, they can file a claim to recover what they paid from your settlement later. This is called subrogation. Many health insurance policies have a subrogation clause in the fine print. How much they can recover depends on the policy, and Mighty and your attorney can help you evaluate your policy so you can choose the best path forward.
After a crash the most important thing to do is ensure you and everyone in your car are safe. If you are safe and able, you should get photos of the scene and of the vehicles and exchange contact and insurance information with the other driver or drivers. You should try to get any information that proves the accident happened and document as many details as possible.
It’s possible your auto insurance policy includes Medical Payments Coverage (Med Pay). If so, Med Pay will provide a specific amount of coverage for you (and your passengers’) medical expenses from a car accident regardless of who was at fault. These can help pay for hospital stays, medication, physical therapy, and more.
Med Pay is automatically included in your policy if you live in Pennsylvania, Maine, or New Hampshire.
Personal Injury Protection (PIP) is similar to Med Pay but also includes lost wages and other expenses arising from a car accident, regardless of who was at fault.
PIP is automatically included in your policy if you live in one of these states: Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Kansas, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Utah.
If you’re hurt in an accident, the most obvious course of action is to get medical treatment. But getting treatment after an accident has implications that go beyond just your physical health. People get pressure from their attorney to get treatment, even though their attorney may not disclose that often medical treatment from an accident isn’t covered by health insurance, and your legal settlement may depend on the treatment you get.
At Mighty, we believe that mental health is as important as physical health, and want to highlight some of the terrible statistics we’ve found that prove our point.
When you or someone you love has been injured in an accident, one of the most common questions is, "How will the medical bills be paid?".