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When do I need to use your own health insurance to cover your medical expenses in the meantime?
If you are involved in an auto accident in Georgia and you need medical treatment, you will likely need to use your own health insurance to cover your medical expenses in the meantime. If you have “med pay” coverage on your auto insurance policy, this coverage may also help to cover your medical expenses.
If the accident was not your fault, you may be able to seek compensation for your medical expenses from the at-fault driver’s insurance company. However, this process can take time, and you may need to use your own health insurance to cover your medical expenses until a settlement is reached or a judgment is made.
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“It’s important to keep detailed records of your medical expenses related to the accident, including bills, receipts, and other documentation. This can help you prove the costs of your medical care to the at-fault driver’s insurance company, and it can also help you seek reimbursement from your own health insurance provider if applicable,” explains Marietta Auto Accident Attorney Ramiro Rodriguez, Jr.
If you are having trouble paying for your medical expenses after an auto accident, you may want to consult with an attorney who specializes in auto accident cases. They can help you understand your rights and options, and they can also help you negotiate with insurance companies to ensure that your medical expenses are covered.
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