Do I have to pay my health insurance company back for bills they have paid?

Your insurance policy may contain a provision called “subrogation.” This means that you are not entitled to receive double payment for your bills. When your case is settled, it generally includes payment for all medical bills incurred as a result of your accident, including those already paid by your health insurance. Since the at-fault party is responsible for all of your damages, your insurance company may have the right to be reimbursed for any payments it made. The personal injury lawyers at Demas Law Group, P.C., can help you significantly reduce the amount of money you must repay for your medical bills when you receive a monetary settlement from the negligent party. It is important to note that this area of the law is always evolving and you need an experienced injury attorney well-versed in this complicated topic to make sure your best interests are served.

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