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This report will guide you though the pros and cons of using your health insurance in a truck accident that was not your fault.

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Do I use my health insurance after a truck accident?

Yes. Many people feel they should not use their health insurance when an accident is not their fault. However, there is no reason not to use your health insurance. '

Insurance guarantees you prompt treatment and you do not want to be at the mercy of approval process of another person’s insurance company. Also you benefit from the reduced rates negotiated by your insurance company with health care providers.

You can also go to many different kinds of doctors rather than be stuck with the doctor approved by the other party's insurance company. Lastly, do not worry about the health insurance not collecting their money. They will demand reimbursement from you if, and only if, you make and fully recovery a claim against the other party. So make sure if you settle a claim, you get all the bills paid for by the other party’s insurance so that you can reimburse your health insurance if they demand it.

Truck accident injuries are usually much more severe, so do not hesitate to go to qualified doctors on your health insurance plan, and you should probably consider contacting a Truck accident attorney for help.  Call us for a free review of your case and no obligation evaluation.  Call us at 1 888 752-7474 or contact us through our web site.


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