Who pays the medical bills in an accident on a motorcycle for the passenger?
== == 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.
If you are a passenger in another persons automobile and you sustain injuries in an accident whose insurance pays for medical bills?
The insurers of the driver who was deemed to be at fault for the accident.
Not really sure what the normal is but i recieved 112,500.00 from a c-2 hangman's fracture in a car accident that i was the passenger in. With no long lasting affects. 110,000 in medical bills though
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.
If you are a passenger in a one car wreck and the driver is not a designated driver who will pay for your medical bills?
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.
Would the driver be responsible for the passenger's medical bills if the accident was the drivers fault and the driver had a seat belt on and walked away unharmed but the passenger had no seat belt on and got injured?
Probably, but the defense will argue that the passenger contributed to his injuries by not wearing the seat belt which the driver provided.
Medical bills for yourself and anyone else in your car in case of an accident
What if your a passenger in your friends car and had a car accident does your friends PIP cover your medical bills?
As long as he had a coverage which is called Medical Payments at the time on his auto insurance. Also known as PIP. when you buy this converge you buy it in limits and per person. The highest 2 of my companies have is a 100,000 dollars. So if there was an accident, the insurance company will pay no more then 100,000 dollars per person.
My boyfriends 16 yr old son caused a golf cart accident that seriously injured a 15 year old passenger Who is responsible for the medical bills. The 16 yr old or his parents?
The parents are responsible for his actions until he is emancipated..
Does the other insurance company have to pay for all medical bills if the accident was their client's fault?
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.
What can you do if your medical insurance covered bills due to an motor accident and knew it was an accident and put a lien on you?
Just be happy that the premiums aren't any higher as the Insurance Company got reimbursed. The lien isn't on YOU, it's on any proceeds you might receive for medical bills from the other party. For more info. www.SteveShorr.com
How much do rates increase if only medical bills are claimed for a passenger in a no-fault accident with a 3rd party driver?
this is dependant on the underwriting rules of the state, in MO where i am there cannot be a rate increase for med pay (only) claims......contact your insurer's policy services dept and ask them.......
If you are involved in an accident that is not your fault you can sue on several grounds. Damages to the vehicle if you owned it. Medical bills if injured, pain and suffering, lost wages, etc.
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 have a health insurance policy (Medical Insurance) it will pick up where your auto coverage left off.
Because the person who hit them is at fault and with rear end accident there is usually medical bills and pain involved with the people who were hit. They have the right to sue to recover from the accident.
Does NJ law require you to go through you own car insurance if you are a passenger in a car accident and have hospital bills to pay?
If they are a no-fault p.i.p. state yes.
To avoid having to pay for hospital bills resulting from an accident they cause
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.
The best motorcycle injury law firm is Goren Law. The lawyers at Goren Law will help fight for you if you have any large medical bills, loss of income, or become physically injured.
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.
If your car insurance carrier paid your medical bills after an accident and the at fault insurance company paid you can your insurance carrier come after you for the money?
yes and they usually do.
If you are not at fault and they are, you have the right to sue them for money to cover the accident and possible medical bills. Seek an attorney.
Dogs don't have to have medical bills, but if you take a dog to a veterinarian for medical treatment, the dog will have medical bills.
What is the startue of li itations on medical bills? What is the startue of li itations on medical bills? What is the startue of li itations on medical bills?
the passenger may possibly sue, or if you get along well enough, they will ask you to pay the medical bills.
An attorney filed an auto accident case in 2007. The Dr bills have not been paid up to this date. Asked if the case has been settled and was told she has not idea. Can something be done about this?
What can you do if you were a passenger in an auto accident and the insurance still has not paid your bills and now you need a second surgery on your leg and don't have insurance and have no money.?
Contact the state insurance commission, or get an attorney, or both.
can you wages be garnishe for medical bills? can you wages be garnishe for medical bills?
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… Read More
I don't know without more information, there are numerous reasons that they would/could deny them. The insurance company must in writing explain why they have denied any claim, or portion of the claim. If you would like to give me more details regarding the facts of loss I could be of more assistance to you and perhaps 'see' the reason from that information.......sorry, and good luck.........let me know if I can help. To answer the… Read More
What is the consequences of not paying medical bills after receiving an insurance settlement when you're the passenger in the accident?
You used medical services and you intended to not pay the people who rendered those services? Do you believe they will simply ignore your non-payment? Answer: While you are not obligated to pay out of the settlement (Side note: looks like they should have sent that portion in for you to pay the people what they are due because you are to sorry to do so) You will still be obligated to pay them for… Read More
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.
You don't "get money" for being in a car accident. If you are in an accident and not at fault, it is the responsibility of the other person's insurance company to put you back into the same place you were before the accident. This would involve paying for the repairs to your vehicle, or giving you the value of the vehicle if it isn't repairable. Also they would pay for any medical bills incurred as… Read More
Not if the settlement is medical expenses is more than the actual medical expense were. If the expense have already been deducted on your income tax return and you receive a settlement after that then you will have some recovery income that will have to be reported as income on your income tax return.
What insurance covers medical bills in an accident where someone not on the cars insurance was driving and wrecked?
The un-insured driver will have to turn to their health insurance company for coverage if he carried no auto insurance.
Is it accurate that in a serious personal injury claim the total settlement is usually 3 to 6 times the medical bills?
Some people don't realize when they have caused bodily harm in a car accident that you certainly will have to pay for the medical bills, but, if the injuries are serious such as: back or head injuries, broken limbs (and the person will be off work for a long period of time and perhaps have nerve damage to that limb) etc., then you are basically being sued for further medical bills that may come up… Read More
Who would be liable for medical bills and pain and suffering for a car accident with someone else's car?
the 'at fault' party's insurance would be liable for the pain and suffering, the policy of the vehicle you are in if they have med pay (or manditory p.i.p in some states) will cover med bills as well....
Whoever the victim is, their auto insurance will cover medical bills. This happened to me... As long as there was no auto accident and no damage to the vehicle, your auto insurance will pay for your injuries. If there is an auto accident that causes you to fall out of the moving vehicle, I am not sure how that would work...
The statute of limitations for medical bills in the state of Washington is 6 years. In Washington state medical bills are considered to be written contracts.
You are not normally responsible for your mother's medical bills after she dies.
yes they pay for your medical bills
No. Sometimes it's a lot more. Think five times as an average because of pain & suffering.
Yes. Get an attorney to advise you, if you have medical bills that you have let get out of control.
There is no minimum amount you have to pay on medical bills each month. Medical bills and student loans are often not considered in the credit/debt equation.
The local county Human Services office can help individuals and families with unpaid medical bills. They can help by directing people to state and federal programs that are made to help people pay medical bills. There are also charity programs that can help with unpaid medical bills.
One needs car insurance to protect ones financial and medical costs should an accident occur. Vehicle repairs can be costly as can medical costs. The person at fault will need to pay the bills of anyone else involved in the incident.
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.
Yes, under certain circumstances. If the medical services were performed during your marriage you may be jointly liable for the bills. If your divorce decree (or settlement) required you to pay for your ex-husbands medical bills you may be solely liable. If you agreed to be liable for the bills, you can be held to your agreement. If the medical service was received after the divorce, the divorce decree did not order you to pay… Read More
You will not get paid twice if that's what you're asking. Generally, medical forms you will need to fill out always ask if you have other insurance. The two companies will make an arrangement to co-ordinate the payment of your bills relating to the accident.
My client was involved in an auto accident and the at fault party only had minimum policy limits and we need to ask the medical providers to waive their bills. How do I write the letter?
I work for a medical provider myself and dude dont worry if u get away with this in the court of law medical providers generally bill it to the medical insurances but for a letter i dont think it will help.