Many drivers have auto insurance policies containing ”Med Pay” coverage. This coverage provides for the payment of immediate and short-term health care needs (surgical, medical and dental) incurred as a result of an automobile accident.
Although Med Pay insurance benefits are critical for many accident victims, some auto insurance companies narrowly define what treatment is reasonable, leaving many accident victims without Med Pay benefits for necessary and urgent procedures.
Also, many insurance providers use computer auditing programs and databases with pre-determined percentages to determine the average benefits paid on a given claim, often resulting in insufficient benefits for accident victims.
If you or a loved one cannot obtain adequate Med Pay benefits from your insurance company, contact the experienced Oklahoma and Northwest Arkansas personal injury attorneys at Carr & Carr today. We have more than 35 years of helping injured people obtain the compensation and care they deserve.
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