if your involved in a personal injury accident who pays your medical bills if you have state funded insurance? health insurance? home owers insurance
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Insurance Question from Cleveland, OH
Asked on 07/13/2011
if your involved in a personal injury accident who pays your medical bills if you have state funded insurance? health insurance? home owers insurance 25,000 med bills
Answer given on July 27, 2011
If you are injured in an automobile related incident, the insurance payments will come from the auto insurance policy. Homeowner’s insurance does not cover any injury involving an auto.If your insurance has medical payments coverage, that can be used to help pay the bills. If the accident was someone else’s fault, then their liability insurance will pay for your injuries, up to the policy limits. However, most insurance companies will wait for all bills to be submitted before they will pay anything. You may have to pay something out of pocket while waiting for everything to settle out. Also, if the other party does not have sufficient insurance, you may have coverage under your uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage. You need to talk to your agent and/or adjuster to see how this will work out for you.Your health insurance may also cover some of your doctor bills, depending upon the policy you have. You should contact your health insurance carrier to ask about that.
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