That's not exactly true. If Medicare finds out that another carrier/party is responsible for the claim, they may recoupe the money and require you to file with the responsible carrier/party. Injuries/Fx that are a result of fall (ex.) would not necessarily have a 3rd party involved.
30.2 - Provider Billing Where Services Are Accident Related and No-Fault Insurance May Be Available
"If a provider learns that no-fault insurance may pay for covered services, it must bill the insurance company as the primary insurer during the promptly period."
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