Do I have to reimburse Allstate for my MedPay coverage?
Will Allstate ask for MedPay payments back? Allstate recently paid for my medical costs associated with an accident.
“Medical payment coverage, or MedPay, helps cover the policyholder’s medical bills after an accident.
If you get a MedPay payout after an accident, you may have to reimburse the auto insurance company, depending on who’s at fault.
For example, if you weren’t at fault, and the other driver’s liability insurance also provides your medical care, your own auto insurance company may seek reimbursement.”
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