Will State Farm pay my medical bills directly?
Will State Farm pay me directly or bill my health care provider? I have MedPay through State Farm, but I'm wondering if I get in an accident how I will get the money.
“Car insurance companies will usually not pay your hospital or medical care provider directly.
Even medical coverage (MedPay) will pay to you.
Instead, your insurance carrier will issue you a check covering the expenses and it will be up to you, the policyholder, to then use it to cover the costs of your medical care.
Sometimes, the claims process will take longer than the window you have to pay your medical provider. In that case, you (or your health insurance) will be responsible for the bills until the auto insurance company has processed the claim.”
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