After an accident, you may have a valid claim to get payment from the responsible party or an insurer. But these payouts can take a while to get to you.
In the meantime, you have bills to pay, and if you suffered a serious injury, you may have no way to make money. You have to figure out how to make ends meet until you get the money rightfully due to you from the accident.
If part of your issues is a lot of medical costs that are eating away at your budget, then you could check with your insurer and see if they will cover the costs. Anything you pay for injuries can then go into your claim against the responsible party.
You could also secure a personal loan to cover your expenses. Again, you would add this to your claim for the accident because it is an expense that occurred due to the crash. You may be able to secure a special loan that is especially for people who will get a court settlement. Once you go to court, your damages would then go to pay the loan, but you would have the money right now to pay for your needs.
You can also look for aid from community or state programs or ask friends and family to help out. This option really depends on your personal situation and what may be available to you.
Dealing with the financial issues that stem from an accident often falls on your shoulders until you work out a settlement with the responsible party. You do have options to consider to help you through.