Will the other driver have to pay for my medical bills under Georgia law?

If you’re hurt and the other driver is at fault, the answer is generally yes.

Anyone who has been in a Georgia car accident and has been hurt should seek medical attention, either at the emergency room, at an urgent care facility, or from a primary care doctor. Since you’ve been charged with those bills but didn’t do anything wrong, the general rule is that you have a right to be paid back for what you were charged, even if you were wise enough to have health insurance.

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