Both the nature and duration of the medical treatment you receive will play a large role in how the insurance company values your claim.
According to insurance adjusters, not all medical services are created equal. Both the nature and the duration of a medical service can affect how insurance companies perceive it, as can the type of medical person or facility providing the service.
Let’s take a closer look at some of the variables.
Treatment versus diagnosis. Before you can be treated for an injury, medical personnel have to diagnose it. In many cases, the diagnostic process is relatively quick, and the charge for it amounts to a small part of your medical bills, as compared with the cost of treatment. In such cases, insurance companies do not usually bother to make any distinction between diagnosis and treatment. They lump all your medical bills together into one medical specials amount.