It is very likely that your health insurer could be investigating your claim or case because of an interest in subrogation, also known as reimbursement, from funds in your case.
Whether the insurance company has an enforceable right to reimbursement or to subrogate against money you recover may depend on several legal and contract factors, which may include but not be limited to, if the health insurance plan is written and/or controlled by Georgia law of if it is governed by federal (ERISA) laws and also the contract language in the medical health insurance plan. It may also depend on how a settlement is structured.
It is important to work with an attorney who full understands health insurance liens and subrogation. At The Millar Law Firm our goal will be to make sure that your health insurer does not claim more than its fair share of your verdict or settlement and that you are left with the amount you need and deserve to move on in your life.