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If you get injured as a result of an automobile accident in Florida there may be some different options to pay for your medical bills. To answer this question fully, it is important to understand what kind of coverage you are getting from your car insurance company. Because Personal Injury Protection, or PIP, is a mandatory requirement for car insurance policies in Florida, a driver will minimally have $10,000 of PIP benefits that can be used for hospital bills, doctors visits, x rays and ambulance trips. If you carry Medpay, an elective coverage, you can use the amount covered by your policy. If the other driver is at-fault any further expenses can be claimed as damages against that driver.
If your medical bills have surpassed the coverage on your auto insurance you can cover the remaining balance through health insurance, Medicare or Medicaid. To better understand how medical bills work call Dan Newlin Injury Attorneys at 800-257-1822.
Being involved in an automobile accident can be a traumatic experience. Unfortunately it does not end there. The automobile insurance companies are complex and will intentionally keep their clients in the dark when it comes to their coverage and benefits. It is important to exhaust all means before beginning to pay out of pocket. The improper handling of medical bills can result in extreme debt that can damage your credit score. If you’ve been in any kind of automobile accident give us a call. If you were involved in an accident involving a tractor trailer we have a specialist dedicated to tractor-trailer related accidents.
Whether you have been in an accident or simply have questions call us at 800-257-1822. Our experienced and friendly staff is happy to walk you through the process and answer any questions or concerns you may have. If you are unsure about your policy and coverage we are here to help free of charge. Call us today!