All medical costs should be paid for by your personal health insurance. Any co-pays that are required will have to be paid by you at the outset. If you are uninsured, depending on your income, you may apply for emergency Medicaid. If you are uninsured and make too much money to qualify for Medicaid, you should apply for health insurance immediately.

Andy: Who will pay for my medical expenses if I’m involved in a motorcycle accident.

George: In New York, there’s a no fault law, but it does not apply to motorcycles. So typically in a in New York and a car accident case, the insurance the automobile insurance would pay for those medical expenses, but not in a motorcycle case. Private health insurance has to be used to pay for any medical expenses in a motorcycle crash case. Now, if the person doesn’t have health insurance, then they’ll have to either pay it out of pocket while the personal injury case is pending or depending on their income, if they don’t make a lot of money, they may qualify for Medicaid and in fact, emergency Medicaid could kick in and it would look back 90 days to see if you know, what expenses were incurred as a result of the motorcycle crash case. The other option is to immediately apply for health insurance, but it would be private health insurance, and that that private health insurance wouldn’t kick in until the date that you receive the coverage, unlike the Medicaid, which would be emergency Medicaid and would look back 90 days. So motorcycle crash case, private health insurance. If you don’t have private health insurance, apply for emergency Medicaid to see if you qualify, You may have to pay it out of your own expense or out of your own pocket or apply for regular health insurance as soon as possible. Thanks for watching. Hopefully this video is helpful. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to give us a call at 844-Recover or visit our website at WWW.LAWYERS4THEINJURED.COM.