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Who pays for my prescription medicine?

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If you get injured in an auto or pedestrian accident, you might be wondering who is responsible for covering your medical expenses – including your costly prescription medicine. In most cases, the answer is your Michigan No-Fault insurance company.

As long as you receive a doctor’s note indicating that you need prescription medicine to treat your auto accident related injuries, your Michigan No-Fault insurance company is responsible for covering the costs.

In fact, prescription coverage is just one of the benefits you’re entitled to receive from your Michigan No-Fault insurance company if you suffer injuries from a car accident.  In most cases, the insurer is also on the hook to pay for doctor bills, rehabilitation expenses and other medical expenses until you’ve recovered the maximum number of dollars associated with your policy.

If you or a loved one suffered serious injuries in a Michigan auto accident and are struggling to recover your No-Fault benefits, talk with an experienced Michigan auto accident lawyer.

Please call Lee Free and Michigan automobile accident lawyers at 1-800-LEE-FREE    (1-800-533-3733) or fill out the Free Case Evaluation Form so we can answer any questions you may have.

You pay nothing until we settle your case. Let us help you today.