If you were not at fault for the car accident and you were injured, the other driver's insurance company should cover the cost of your ambulance ride. In general, the insurance company of the driver who is found to be at fault for the accident is responsible for covering the medical expenses of anyone who was injured as a result of the accident. This includes the cost of an ambulance ride.
If the other driver does not have insurance or does not have enough insurance to cover your medical expenses, your own insurance company may be able to help. Many car insurance policies include medical payments coverage, which can help pay for your medical expenses if you are injured in a car accident. If you have this type of coverage, you should contact your insurance company to find out how to make a claim.
It is important to keep all of your receipts and documentation, as you may be able to seek reimbursement from the other driver or their insurance company once fault has been determined. It is always a good idea to speak with an attorney if you have any questions about who is responsible for paying for your medical expenses after a car accident.