Will I receive the ambulance bill from my insurance company or from the ambulance company?

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Enoc
Asked at 2012-08-02 04:34:54
I was charged $428 for an emergency ambulance ride to a local hospital, haven't received the bill yet but I called the ambulance/EMS offices in order to give them my insurance information. They said they will submit the bill/invoice to my insurance company. I'm at school and gave them my school address so they could send the bill, but since its being sent to my insurance company, will the final bill be sent to my school address still or my home address since its being looked over by the insurance company (which probably has my home address on file)?

I just don't want the bill to be mailed home for my parents to see. Im taking care of it myself, so Im just wondering if the bill is returned back to the ambulance offices after the insurance company looks it over/determines how much they will cover and if I will receive it to the correct address
Answer1NabihaAnswered at 2012-08-29 14:58:13
The insurance company will pay the ambulance company directly part of the bill that the company is responsible for ambulance. The insurance company will mail a statement saying how much they paid . The statement will be sent to the address of the insurance company has to offer. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus The ambulance company billed the insurance company for the full amount . If the insurance company does not pay the full amount , the difference will be billed at the address you gave to the ambulance company .
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