Why everyone should have medical payments coverage



Check your auto insurance policy to see if you have “medical payments coverage.” This coverage (often referred to as “med pay”) is optional in Missouri, but it may be beneficial if you are injured in a car accident.


Medical payments coverage may help pay your or your passengers’ medical expenses, regardless of who caused the accident.


With “med pay” coverage, your auto insurance company may pay some (or all) of the following:


  • Health insurance deductibles and copays
  • Visits to doctor’s office
  • Hospital visits
  • Surgery, X-rays, or prostheses
  • Ambulance fees
  • Professional nursing services

To learn more about medical payments coverage, talk with your auto insurance agent.


However, if you were recently involved in an accident, you need to contact two professionals: your insurance agent and a lawyer you can trust.


The staff at Woods Law KC will look after your best interests if you were involved in an accident – whether it was your entire fault, your partial fault, or the fault of the other driver.


Attorney Aaron Woods of Woods Law KC has been serving the Kansas City community for decades. Woods was born and raised in Independence, Missouri, and has devoted his 30 years of professional service to speaking up for people who cannot speak for themselves.


There are several ways to reach out to the staff of Woods Law KC. Call 816-398-7877. You can also visit the website, fill out the contact card, or chat with a live customer representative.


The entire staff of Woods Law KC is ready to serve you.



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