Minimum Amount of Medical Bills

Are you wondering if you need a minimum amount of medical bills to file a personal injury claim in Utah? Watch this video to learn more.

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Question:

Do I need a minimum amount of medical bills to file a personal injury claim?

Answer:

Minimum Amount of Medical Bills In the state of Utah, if you’ve been injured in an incident, you need to have $3,000 worth of medical bills before you can file a claim. The caveat is that it only applies if you have PIP protection. If you have a slip and fall case, that doesn’t apply. If you have a motorcycle case where you don’t have personal injury protection, that doesn’t apply. If you’re in a car crash case, you would be required to have $3,000 worth of medical bills. Unless there are some other circumstances, you would have to have $3,000 worth of medical bills before you could file a claim.


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