Who will cover my medical expenses after my car accident?
Your medical bills and losses should be covered by the insurance provider of the at-fault party. If there is no party at fault, your medical expenses will be at least partially covered by your own car insurance policy through your personal injury protection coverage.
Minnesota Statutes require that your own car insurance policy provides at least $20,000 for medical care and $20,000 of wage loss protection to you if you are injured in a car accidents. You may have a higher level of coverage, though, depending on your specific automobile insurance policy. Talk to your insurance agent to learn more.
If you deserve more compensation or coverage for your industries, talk to a car accident injury lawyer. They'll ensure you're getting all of the financial support you're owed.