Getting into a car accident can be scary, especially if you're injured.
But unfortunately, car accidents and truck accidents are never completely avoidable.
If you do get injured, you will not only have to focus on your physical recovery, but you will have to worry about insurance, filing claims, and how you're going to pay your medical bills.
Many people don't know which insurance to use after a car accident, and many assume that they can't use their health insurance.
Getting medical care and getting it paid for can be especially tricky after a car accident.
Whether or not your health insurance will cover your auto accident bills and exactly how much responsibility a particular party or insurance carrier has depends on several factors.
These factors include co-pays, who was at fault for the accident, and the types of insurance coverages in place.
Ultimately, many health insurance policies will cover auto accident injuries, at least to an extent. Still, your health insurance typically won't be your first option.
And they might not be on the hook at all.
In the article below, we will take a closer look at if you can use your health insurance company after receiving car accident injuries.Read More