After suffering an injury in an auto accident on I-95 or anywhere else around the D.C., Maryland, or Virginia area, you probably have many questions. One of those questions might have to do with your insurance and whether you can use your personal insurance to cover your accident-related medical bills. Watch this video to learn more.

You can absolutely use your personal health insurance to pay for your medical bills that were the result of a car crash. In fact, you may want to. Sometimes insurance companies delay payments or take a long time settling cases, and you don’t want to owe a large doctor’s bill. Also, by using your personal health insurance, you will get the insurer’s discount and not be charged the full amount. There are actually many benefits of using your personal insurance following a car accident.

To learn more about your rights and what you should do after an auto accident, contact Donahoe Kearney today at 202.393.3320 for a complimentary consultation with a skilled personal injury lawyer, or reach us online at

Frank R. Kearney, Attorney-at-Law
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