In this article we explain how payment of your medical bills typically works in a personal injury claim, and discuss the concept of reimbursable med-pay.
How does med pay work in a personal injury claim?
So you were injured in an automobile accident that was not your fault. You suffered injuries to your neck and back, and some cuts and abrasions as well. You were taken by ambulance to the hospital from the scene of the accident, and continued with medical care and physical therapy as prescribed by your doctors. You hired an experienced attorney right away, who helped you find the right medical care and represented your interests, negotiating with the insurance companies and making sure that you received the compensation you deserve. During the course of your claim, some of your medical bills may have been paid by the med-pay portion of your auto insurance policy, your private health insurance, Medicare, or Medi-Cal.