The medical expense provision of the no-fault act provides reimbursement for all medical expenses you incur from your car accident. Dependent upon the type of insurance coverage involved, these may be coordinated benefits or full benefits. Coordinated benefits pay all expenses not covered by your basic health insurance. Full benefits pay all medical expenses incurred, even if those are paid by a health insurance provider. This medical no-fault benefit is usually paid out by your own no-fault insurance company.
Additionally, part of the medical expense provision provides for reimbursement of transportation expenses, including the cost for related mileage.
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