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Medical Bills Denied Automobile Accident

Oregon automobile policies provide for medical coverage for medical bills that are reasonable and necessary as related to a motor vehicle collision. The benefit provides for $15,000 of coverage for up to one year after the accident. This coverage is called "PIP", short for Personal Injury Protection. Sometime multiple auto insurance policies will provide coverage. This is often true in the case of a pedestrian or bicyclist who has automobile insurance coverage. The automobile insurance of the pedestrian or bicyclist and the automobile insurance of the at fault driver may provide coverage.

Oregon has strong case law protecting the right of an individual to get medical coverage for automobile related injuries. However, insurance companies still move to limit an individual's medical coverage. I have had good success forcing automobile insurance companies to pay denied medical bills. If you are having trouble with an automobile insurance company, I can help you with your claim.

If you have been injured in an automobile accident, contact a Portland car accident attorney.

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