Medical emergencies can happen at any time. Without insurance cover, you may find yourself in need of medical attention that will leave you out of pocket.
However, even if you do have medical insurance, certain insurers may not cover your emergency bills, depending on the contract you have with them.
So, what constitutes an emergency?
There are no actual ‘definitions or parameters’ to what constitutes a medical emergency, as this is usually determined on the spot by medical professionals such as the ambulance personnel or the medical doctor who responds to the event.