Make Your Insurance Work For You

Make Your Insurance Work For You

Part 2. Subrogation: Paying Back the Benefits Received.

Making the Most of Your Own Insurance Coverage While Enhancing Your Final Settlement

We previously discussed that procuring and utilizing medical payment coverage is a clear benefit. What many people do not know is that under Indiana law, any insurer who pays the bills for an injured party has the right to recoup (at least some of) those payments out of a settlement with or verdict against an at-fault driver. This repayment obligation kicks in only if you have obtained a settlement or favorable verdict, which means you owe nothing back if you do not have a viable claim. The insurer’s right to be paid back falls under the broad scope of the term known as “subrogation.”
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Monday, November 9, 2015/Posted by: Dennis Brown/Number of views (5092)/Comments ()/
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Make Your Insurance Work For You

Make Your Insurance Work For You

Part 1. Medical Payments Coverage via your own Motor Vehicle Insurance Policy

Making the Most of Your Own Insurance Coverage While Enhancing Your Final Settlement

One thing many people forget when they have been injured in a crash is that their own automobile insurance policy typically has benefits to help with the initial costs which will arise. These benefits include obvious things regarding the car itself – insurance for repairs, rental car, etc… and go all the way up to advanced issues such as protections from being injured by an uninsured motorist.
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Monday, November 2, 2015/Posted by: Dennis Brown/Number of views (4111)/Comments ()/
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