Back to Newsroom West Virginia: Hundley v. Evac EMS a/b/a AirMedCare NetworkShare On... by Air Methods posted May 19, 2021 Connie Hundley signed up for an AirMedCare membership plan and then required helicopter transport after being hit by an underinsured motorist while riding her motorcycle. Hundley’s insurance plan contained uninsured motorist coverage which provided her with a $50,000 general payment to cover her accident costs. Hundley’s auto insurance plan also provided $10,000 specifically for the air ambulance transport. Despite her AirMedCare membership, Air Evac demanded not just the $10,000 allocated for air medical transport, but its full billed charges of $33,893. Read the full case here.