Q: “Why if my health insurance company is asking questions about my car accident?”
A: “Your health insurance company may be seeking information about your case due to its interest in being reimbursed from a portion of your recovery.
The insurer’s right to be reimbursed will depend on a variety of factors, including whether the plan is controlled by Georgia or federal law and the actual language in your health insurance plan. It may also depend on how a settlement is structured.
It is important to work with an attorney who understands the nuts and bolts of dealing with health insurance liens. At Millar & Mixon, LLC, our goal will be to make sure that your health insurer does not claim more than its fair share of your verdict or settlement and that you are left with the amount you need and deserve to move on in your life.”
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Q: “A taxi ran a red light and hit my daughter going through an intersection. My daughter was driving above the speed limit and was talking on her cell phone at the time. Is there any chance she might be prevented from recovering for her injuries (comparative negligence)?”
A: “If a motor vehicle accident victim’s own negligence contributed to their injuries, it may impact the amount of money recovered in a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit. Georgia law is governed by a modified comparative fault statute. Under this law, if an automobile accident victim was responsible to some degree for their injury, a court will determine the percentage of the person’s fault and reduce their recovery proportionally. If it’s somehow determined that a person’s fault exceeds that of the other driver, or the person could have avoided the consequences caused by the other driver’s negligence, recovery may be barred.”
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