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My insurance company (or Medicare or Title XIX) paid my medical bills (or disability benefits) are they paid back after a lawsuit?

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My insurance company (or Medicare or Title XIX) paid my medical bills (or disability benefits) are they paid back after a lawsuit?

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If you receive compensation related to your injury, part of that money is to pay back the insurance companies who paid benefits to you or on your behalf because of the negligence. We do not charge a fee for medical expenses or other insurance benefits awarded. The insurance companies who provided benefits to you or on your behalf will have their own lawyers representing their interests.

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