If you have medical payments in your insurance. Liability only does not pay medical benefits. And the medical bills have to be the result of an auto accident.
This does mean expenses are not covered by insurance. If this is what the divorce decree says, then you are responsible for these bills.
== == If no other vehicles were involved in this accident, the insurance company of the motorcycle driver has to cover the medical bills of the passenger who was injured.
Medical bills for yourself and anyone else in your car in case of an accident
They or their insurance company needs to pay for damage and medical bills in the accident. If they don't have insurance, they can still be sued for the accident by the victims insurance company.
Depends on what state you are in and what your state's laws are. If you're in a no fault state, your insurance will pay for all of your medical bills no matter who is at fault.
yes and they usually do.
If you have a health insurance policy (Medical Insurance) it will pick up where your auto coverage left off.
Car insurance wont cover health insurance. Car insurance will cover any medical bills related to an automobile accident you are involved in though. If you were in an automobile accident, contact your auto insurance company right away.
Medical bills for yourself and anyone else in the car in the case of an accident- apex
You need car insurance to protect yourself in the case of an accident. Insurance will pay for the medical bills related to your recovery and will also protect you from being sued if you are at fault for the accident.
The insurers of the driver who was deemed to be at fault for the accident.
Texas Liability insurance simple put is insurance that will cover the other driver's bills if you get into an accident. It will not cover the cost of getting your own car fixed or any medical bills you have.
The un-insured driver will have to turn to their health insurance company for coverage if he carried no auto insurance.
Over and above medical coverage on your auto insurance. There is no way you can get out of telling your auto insurance company about the accident, because the health insurance company will tell them about it first. This also depends on whether or not your State allows health insurance to cover such accidents.
The at fault drivers auto insurance policy would pay for medical bills up to the policy limits for which that insured driver is liable. If there is no insurance then there is no coverage. If no one has Auto Insurance to cover you, hopefully you have a major Medical Insurance Policy in place. Major medical will cover your medical expenses even from a car accident.
yes they pay for your medical bills
To avoid having to pay for hospital bills resulting from an accident they cause
Depending on the type of accident and sometimes who is responsible but generally yes. Please, next time, read the fine print of your contract.
If you mean are your medical bills covered -- and assuming your state requires medical coverage on auto insurance policies -- then, no, you wouldn't be covered by any policy of the driver's since, of course, no policy exists. However, if you have your own auto policy, that policy would then become primary. After that, your health insurance would be primary. Unfortunately for the uninsured driver, if you do have to go through your own health insurance, there's a big possibility that they will go after the driver for any payments they make, particularly if a driver is legally required to carry auto insurance in your state (again, insurance that included medical coverage).
If you haven't filed a claim with your insurance company, that's the first step. The insurance company will contact the other party and do an assessment of their damages and pay for them. If the other party is injured, then they will take care of the medical bills. If you have first party coverages (collision), they will also assess your damages and pay for your repairs. If you are injured and have first party medical coverage (PIP or med-pay), your medical bills will also be covered, up to a certain dollar amount.
You could be liable for all damages to the vehicles. You can be responsible for any medical bills incurred. You will most probably receive a traffic citation for the accident and failure to maintain insurance coverage. You can be sued by the person you hit for any number of things from medical bills to loss of work due to injuries or loss of a vehicle or mental stress. You will learn that insurance is not something that you can let lapse.
If you have coverage on your auto insurance policy that pays medical expenses to you or to the hospital, the answer is yes that you do have to reimburse your health care provider. The health insurance policy states that they will pay for expenses incurred in an auto accident over and above any coverage you may have on your auto insurance. You agreed to this in your policy by taking out the policy, so you have no choice. It is actually illegal for you to pocket money you received in duplicate payment for the same expenses, which is what this would be.
Possibly if they are auto accident related. Also, if you have Med Pay on your own insurance.. any other bills that may not cover on the at-fault drivers' insurance, can fall back on yours but your rate won't increase if you're found not at fault.