HOW TO GET MEDICAL BILLS PAID AFTER MOTORCYCLE CRASH INJURY
If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident in Minnesota and have medical bills, getting the medical bills paid can be complicated. If you are riding your motorcycle, the first place to look is your own motorcycle insurance policy to see if you purchased PIP (Personal Injury Protection) coverage. In MN, PIP coverage is required for every auto policy, but it is only optional for a motorcycle insurance policy. Therefore, you have to specifically request and pay for medical coverage on your motorcycle. If you do have PIP coverage, it will usually pay the first $20,000 in medical bills from your motorcycle accident.
Even if you don’t have medical coverage on your motorcycle insurance, your health insurance will still pay your medical bills after a motorcycle accident. In addition, if the accident was caused because a car hit your motorcycle or turned in front of you, or was otherwise at fault, the insurance for the car is ultimately responsible for your medical bills as well. In that situation, your health insurance will pay first, and then the auto insurance for the car that hit you will reimburse them when you settle your case.
GET MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT MEDICAL BILLS PAID
If you have been injured in a motorcycle crash and have questions about how to get your medical bills paid, call us and talk to a top motorcycle accident lawyer for a free consultation.