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By Marc Diller, Esq.
DILLER LAW, P.C.

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Question: If health insurance pays for needed medical-expenses resulting from a Massachusetts motor vehicle accident, does the injured person need to repay the health insurance for such accident-related medical benefits?

Answer: Such answer depends upon the language of the specific health insurance contract. You should review the language in your health insurance contract before you settle your case against the party legally-responsible for causing the accident. In general, most health insurance contracts provide that it has a right to be repaid (all accident-related medical benefits it paid) from the injured person’s settlement against the party legally responsible for causing the accident.

Additional Automobile Accidents Resources:

Massachusetts Standard Auto Insurance Policy

 

Other Pedestrian Accident Articles:

Medical Bills
MedPay Insurance
PIP Insurance
Determining Lost Wages for PIP Insurance Claim

Pedestrian Accident Cases Handled by Diller Law:

Pedestrian Accident (Third Party Settlement of a Work Related Injury)
Pedestrian Accident (Meter Maid)
Pedestrian Accident (Hit and Run Accident)
Pedestrian Accident (loss of consortium)

For more information or a free confidential case review, contact a personal injury lawyer at Diller Law by calling (617) 523-7771, or filling out the form on the right of this page.