Seattle firefighter Matt Runte was riding his motorcycle when a car ran a red light and T-boned him. As a result of the accident he had to have two toes amputated.
Matt is an avid runner and an injury like this could prevent him from ever running again. There was also concern that he would be unable to return to his job as a firefighter.
But thanks to groundbreaking technology, Matt will be fitted with a device called an intrepid dynamic exoskeletal orthosis or IDEO. This device will allow Matt to go back to work and perform his duties without limitation and it will let him get back to running again.
Wading through all the medical bills and dealing with the insurance companies can be tricky. Determining whether this type of new medical device is covered by insurance after a motorcycle accident can be challenging. Seeking help from a personal injury attorney can help make this process much easier.
If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident and not sure how you are going to pay your medical bills or who is responsible for paying your medical bills, a good first step is to order our free book “Motorcycle Accident Secrets Unlocked.”