By Tucker Griffin Barnes | Published April 27, 2023 | | |
YES, if you have certain types of insurance. If you have health insurance that is not Medicare, Medicaid, Workers’ Compensation, an ERISA plan, or other certain federal or state plans, let your health insurance pay for everything it is obligated to pay. After that, if the at-fault driver’s insurance company pays for your medical bills Read More
I was injured in a car accident through no fault of my own. Is it true I can get paid twice for my medical bills and keep the difference? Maybe, sometimes more (generally speaking under Virginia law.) The answer to this question depends on the type of health insurance you have. Virginia law states that Read More
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