FAQ - Medical Payments Coverage

Automobile accidents cause billions of dollars worth of injuries every year.

Most of these costs are paid by the automobile insurance industry. Depending upon the state in which you live, the amount of medical coverage that you are required to carry may vary significantly. When you sign and insurance policy, you are generally agreeing to the terms set forth limiting the financial exposure of the insurance company. In other words, the insurance company may be only liable for a certain dollar amount of coverage no matter how much the actual medical expenses may be. This means that you may have to pay a major part of your medical expenses out of your own pocket. It is always important to obtain the correct amount of insurance. This information is general in nature and should not substitute for the advice of an expert in the field.