Q: When it comes to car accidents car insurance , For billing purposes is medpay from the portion of medical from your
Car insurance or
Is it from what's known here in california as medcal
A: If you have medpay in your own insurance coverage, then your own insurance provider will pay for your medical bills up until a certain amount. Many people have a $5,000 medical payment benefit added to their policy.
A: Medical payments or med pay refers to that portion of your auto policy, for which you pay extra, that will pay your med bills up to the amount you purchase.
A: Medpay is a benefit you pay for with your own car insurance. It will pay medical bills from an injury you receive in an auto accident regardless of fault. Some (most) require you to pay it back if you get compensation from a 3rd party. A good personal injury attorney will try to get your insurance carrier to waive reimbursement which happens quite often depending on the facts. There are other things a good personal injury attorney can do to put more money in your pocket. Therefore you should be working with a personal injury attorney.
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