# James 5

James has a personal injury protection policy that covers each person in, on, around, or under his car for medical expenses. Each person can collect up to $50,000. James is involved in an accident, and three people are hurt. One person has $23,000 in medical expenses, one has $500 in medical expenses, and James himself has medical expenses totaling $70,000.

How much money must the insurance company pay out for these three people?

How much money must the insurance company pay out for these three people?

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