Will I have to pay back my health insurance company if I receive damages in my Florida…
If you have been injured in the state of Florida due to someone else’s negligence, and you receive medical care that is paid for by your health insurance, then generally the answer is: Yes, you will have to pay back for that treatment. However, there are some policies that do not have what we call a right of subrogation, meaning you don’t have to pay it back, and also, oftentimes the amount of the health insurance carrier lien can be negotiated at the end of your case. So you many not have to pay it back 100%, but you would be responsible for something.
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