Will car insurance policy cover medication needed after the injury during the car accident?
Your auto insurance Personal Injury Protection (PIP) does cover prescription drugs and medical supplies required after the car accident with injury. Your auto insurance PIP provides first-party benefits for all medical treatments that are necessary for injuries sustained in a car accident no matter of who is at fault. Auto insurance Personal Injury Protection (PIP) is also referred to as “No-Fault” coverage.
No-Fault insurance, also called Personal Injury Protection (PIP), is designed to pay promptly, regardless of who is at fault or whether there was any negligence, for economic losses (meaning medical/health expenses, free prescription medicines, lost earnings, and certain other reasonable and necessary expenses related to injuries sustained), up to $50,000 per person (“basic No-Fault coverage”), to the driver and all passengers injured in your car as well as any pedestrians injured by your car, because of its use or operation in New York State.
How Valuecare Help Injured Patients to obtain prescriptions under auto insurance Personal Injury Protection (PIP)?
As your Personal Injury Pharmacy, Valuecare helps you receive the prescriptions you need to be pain-free and return back to a healthy lifestyle.
We are an independent pharmacy and will work closely with the legal, medical and insurance companies. So you can focus on getting healthy. We will ship your medications right to your doorstep with no costs to you, despite denials by your insurance company. If you’ve been injured at work, in a car accident, or any other personal injury, at Valuecare we care that you should receive excellent prescription care.
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