Who Pays For Medical Bills After a Car Accident?
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The Law of Torts
All of this must be proven by a preponderance of the evidence. You will have to get all documentation supporting your medical treatment, loss wages and any other damages you suffered as a result of the accident. Because of this, insurance companies generally won’t pay for any of your outstanding medical bills or for that matter any damages until the case is either settled or tried to a jury. Once the elements are established, however, the responsible party or their insurance company should pay the victim an amount that considers any subrogated outstanding medical bills. If tried to a jury and you lose, you will still have to pay back the outstanding medical bills. This is why a settlement can provide the funds needed to pay medical bills.
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Medicaid and Medicare
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Paying Medical Bills After a Car Accident
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Health Care Provider's Choice of Payment
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