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If you exceed your medical coverage limit, your health insurance company would likely deny future coverage and you would be responsible for all costs.

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Question: I was in an auto accident and it was the other driver's fault. If I exceed my medical coverage limit, what would happen?

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If you exceed the limits of your medical coverage, you may be responsible for the remaining costs related to your medical care. To avoid this, you should contact the at-fault driver's insurance company and file a claim. The insurance company may cover your remaining medical costs as part of their determination of liability. If the at-fault driver does not have enough insurance coverage to cover your medical costs or if you do not reach a settlement with the insurance company, you may need to seek compensation through a lawsuit.

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Feb. 22, 2023, 4:03 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, February 22, 2023