Definitions for "Medical Expenses"
Qualified medical expenses of an individual, spouse, and dependents are allowed as an itemized deduction to the extent that such amounts (less reimbursements) exceed 7.5 percent of adjusted gross income.
An insurance company’s promise to pay medical expenses for your bodily injury, sickness, disease or death suffered in car accident while occupying a car or from having been struck by a motor vehicle as a pedestrian.
Bills and expenses for doctors, hospital stays, emergency room treatment, ambulance fees, nursing services, and the like. The plaintiff must show that the expenses are related to medical conditions resulting from his or her injury.  The total amount of medical expenses is sometimes used as a rough guide to decide whether the overall award of damages is reasonable. The cost of a medical examination for purposes of litigation is not recoverable as a medical expense.
Bills acquired for a medical service, which has been preformed
The direct financial cost of medical and rehabilitation treatment• Criminal Compensation