In Kentucky, the insurance carrier for the automobile you occupy at the time of the accident is responsible for up to $10,000 in medical bills. That insurance company will seek reimbursement from the at-fault party’s insurance company. If you have health insurance, Medicaid, or Medicare, they may pay your medical expenses. If they do, they will seek reimbursement from any money that you may ultimately recover from the at-fault party.
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“I got hurt at a restaurant when I tripped over a parking stop and hit my head. Kyle (Salyer) was able to settle my injury case before trial for a considerable amount of money. Because the insurance company for the restaurant dragged its feet resolving my injury claim, Kyle was able to get them to pay even more for making me wait than they paid for my injury. Since then, if I ever need anything, Kyle is who I call.”