Posted by Briant Alix on Saturday, 28 March, 2020 13:14:49
Medical payments coverage, or MedPay, pays for the treatment of injuries you or your passengers suffer in a car accident, no matter who caused the crash.
What do coverages for Voluntary Medical and Property Damage include? Voluntary Medical Payments coverage pays reasonable medical expenses in the year after an accident when you unintentionally injure another person or if they are accidentally injured on your property - even though you are not legally liable.
Medical payments coverage is an excellent addition to your homeowners insurance policy. It will take care of medical payments whether the accident was your fault or the fault of the injured person. It can be a life saver if the injured person does not have medical insurance but needs medical attention immediately.
Medical payments coverage can cover a variety of expenses relating to injuries stemming from an automobile accident. It covers visits to a doctor or a hospital, surgery, ambulance fees,
Medical Payments (MedPay) is similar to PIP, but much less comprehensive. It's optional in all but two states, and covers medical expenses for the insured, other drivers listed on the policy, members of the insured's household and passengers.
Medical payments complements your health insurance. It may bridge the gap by paying for services that your health insurance doesn't cover, such as dental work, specialized nursing care and chiropractic services related to a covered accident. Review your current health care coverage to determine if medical payments coverage is right for you. Who