How Does MedPay Coverage Work? | Atlanta Personal Injury Attorney | Atlanta Car Accident Lawyer
How does med pay coverage work? In general, there are two ways in which med pay works nets either as a direct reimbursement as your primary coverage, or as supplementary coverage to your pre existing health insurance coverage. When you utilize med pay as a supplementary coverage, it can get a little confusing in terms of whether your health insurance or med pay covers your medical costs first, and this is because each insurance company will differ in how they utilize the combination of coverage. The best thing to do if you decide to utilize med pay as supplementary coverage is to check your policy to be sure which would pay out first. How much does med pay costs. Med pay policyholders are able to choose the maximum dollar limit that their coverage will pay off per person in a car accident. And this limit determines how much of an increase you'll see in your auto insurance policies monthly payment. Generally, it's very easy to add medical payments coverage to any policy because you can do it at any time. And it's usually the least expensive type of car insurance coverage. The common coverage limits per person per incident includes $1,000, $2,000, $5,000, $10,000, $25,000 you get paid because you're hurt not just because you were hit Simply put, if you don't get paid, we don't get paid. I'm Riah Greathouse with Greathouse Trial Law, contact us to discuss your case.
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