What Should You Do If You Get A Letter From Your Health Insurance Company After A Wreck?

Did you get a letter from your insurance company after a wreck asking about it? Don't ignore it. If you ignore it, this can lead to bad things, like the insurance company denying the payment of medical claims that are related to the wreck. So, why'd you receive this letter? Well, when you go to a medical provider after a wreck, especially like an ER, they have different medical billing codes that go into the system. When the health insurance company processes those, it leads them to believe you may have been in a car accident thus the letter that you get in the mail. The health insurance company is interested in the wreck for two reasons. First, they may have reimbursement interest for any medical related bills that they paid related to the wreck. Second, they want to know if there’s any other insurance that would pay medical bills before them; like Med-Pay insurance through your auto-policy or workman's compensation. If you received a letter from your health insurance company about your wreck and have questions about it, call us today for a free and confidential consultation at 985-590-6182.

Have You Been Injured In An Accident And Received A Letter From Your Health Insurance Company?

If you have been injured in an accident and received a letter from your health insurance compnay about a wreck and have questions, contact us online or call our Covington office directly at 985.590.6182 to schedule your free consultation today. Flattmann Law serves clients on the Northshore, including Covington, Mandeville, Abita Springs, Bogalusa, Franklinton, Folsom, Madisonville, Goodbee, Hammond, Lacombe, Pearl River, and Slidell.