How does homeowners insurance medical payment coverage work?

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the actual MEDICAL PAYMENTS coverage works like this (in MO, and most states that i am aware of)..........someone is hurt on your property thru NO negligence of your own.....(ie i just trip and fall for no reason, I'm a clutz-have even seen it pay for poison ivy contracted on a property).....medpay will pay for medical bills (up to the limit which is low, usually 2k-5k) pain and suffering, loss of wage etc........must be incurred will not cover the insured or any residents of the house hold............there are many exclusions your liability coverage (which is much higher, usually a min. of 100k)........covers pain and suffering and medical bills, loss of wage etc..........for injured persons when you ARE negligent in some manner, ie... your wife wasn't watching what she was doing and dropped a hot pan on my foot........your dog bit me.........your step crumbled when i stepped on it.......hope that helps
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