Your MD's office probably has a sign up that says your responsible.
Show them how the error was made and a copy of the letter you sent to the insurance company pointing this out.
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No since it would take about two seconds to fix that over the phone with the insurance company.
The driver who hit the pedestrian is liable, not their insurance company. The drivers insurance company will normally be responsible for payment of valid claims up to the policy limits for which the their insured driver is found liable.
HSBC is a reputed insurance company in India for payment protection insurance.
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A contractual adjustment is made by the billing department in a hospital in order to charge a patient's insurance company. The result is that the patient is not responsible for payment.
You can get payment protection insurance by speaking with your insurance agent and asking whether or not the company offers such an insurance. You can try insurance agencies like Progressive or Advantage.
That might be true....but not likely. Your health insurance company will follow up with the other company and you might find yourself in litigation due to this. There is no such thing as double dipping with insurance company. My children were recently in an auto accident. BCBS has already contacted us to inquire the other company that is responsible for payment.
Different states and policies can have different benefits and coverages. Health insurance will cover medical costs related to an auto accident but in most states they are secondary to automobile insurance. This means that the auto insurance will be responsible for payment first and health insurance will pay after that. If the health insurance company goes ahead and pays the claim or at least the first few bills then you receive payment of file for payments on the auto insurance you will be responsible for reimbursement to the health insurer.
Payment of damages by the insurance company against your Householders' policy is paid directly to your account through NEFT,instead of cheque as was customary earlier.
If it was there fault their insurance company will be responsible for the damages. So yes you can sue, but most likely this won't be necessary as long as the insurance company gives you fair compensation.
Call the Insurance Comissioner of the state you live in.
It's a payment made to the policy owner by the mutual insurance company when there is a profit. The policyholders are the owners of a mutual life insurance company and they share in the profits by receiving dividend payments from the insurance company.
Credit card processing describes the payment and acceptance of a credit card for payment of goods and services. The merchant usually sends the credit card number to the issuing company through an electronic terminal. The issuing company then sends a code back instantly either allowing payment to be received or declining payment.
Usually, you call your own. They will set up a claim and investigate it. They will usually pay for your car and recoup payment from the other insurance, or they will request payment from the other insurance company directly. In most cases, you will be in contact with your own insurance company.
Websites accept credit card payments through companies that offer payment and transactions processing services. The company processes payment, takes a fee and forwards payment to the company.
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Frequently, licensed veterinarians are able to recommend dependable veterinary care insurers. Their information can be valuable because they have experience with claims processing issues. Be aware, though, that most pet insurance has limited benefits and will not insure pets beyond a specified age. Also be certain that the entity that is financially responsible for the payment of claims is licensed to issue insurance. Inquire of the company as to the identity of that entity, and contact the state insurance regulator to confirm licensure.
Different insurance companies provide different methods of payment and services. You will need to contact your insurance company in order to find out if this payment method is possible with your carrier.
If you're talking about his or her insurance company, then probably not since it's customary for the insurance company to get subrogation rights in exchange for payment. The insurance company can certainly sue you but they don't always do so.OTOH, if your insurance made the payment then absolutely not unless your insurance company is incompetent. Insurers always make claimants waive all future legal remedies arising from that claim before paying. The claim is considered settled in full.
You need to contact the agent or the insurance company directly.
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Lack of payment or too many collisions the insurance company has to pay for. If you want to cancel your auto insurance policy to go with another company, call your insurance company and tell them you want to cancel your insurance but be ready for them to try to persuade you to stay.