If you were hit by a vehicle, the automobile insurance company of the driver who hit you is responsible for paying your medical expenses. In New York State, the No-Fault law allows for   payments for medical bills, a portion of lost earnings and reasonable expenses up to $50,000. Any medical provider you see should be informed that you were injured by a vehicle and the driver’s insurance information should be provided to your medical providers. It is important that your private insurance company does not pay for any of your medical expenses as it the responsibility of the automobile insurance to pay for these medical expenses up the first $50,000.