Oftentimes, our clients ask whether their personal health insurance will
cover their injuries after an accident.
It is possible in certain situations that your personal insurance will
cover your accident-related claims. There may, however, be additional
information which an experienced
Kansas personal injury lawyer would be able to assist you with to ensure all your accident related bills
are paid while you recover from your injuries.
For instance, in the state of Kansas we have mandatory personal injury
protection, or "PIP" insurance through our own insurance companies.
This type of coverage is considered "no fault" (meaning it applies
regardless of whose fault the accident might have been).
PIP coverage provides a minimum of $4,500.00 in medical expense payments.
Typically, your health insurance carrier will issue no payments for any
accident related medical expenses until the $4,500.00 has been paid.
Additionally, your health insurance will not cover your pain and suffering,
out-of-pocket expenses and lost wages from an automobile accident. In
order to obtain full compensation for your losses, you will need to consult
with an experienced personal injury attorney from
Palmer Law Group LLP.
Contact us today if you need a personal injury attorney in Topeka!