Who covers my medical bills after a Massachusetts car accident?

At the conclusion of an injury claim, the insurance company for the party determined to be at fault is responsible for your gross medical expenses.

While your claim is pending, Massachusetts no-fault law requires your car insurance company to pay any of your medical bills resulting from an auto accident totaling under $2,000. Bills that exceed the $2,000 threshold must be submitted to the insured’s medical insurance provider, and if rejected (or if not applicable), PIP benefits are extended to cover up to $8,000 (M.G.L.A. 90 §34M).