As The PIP World Turns: Insurance Carriers Do Not Have To Pay 100% Of The Billed Amounts Under Section 627.736, Florida Statutes

A plethora of litigation exists in Florida’s state and federal courts regarding the amounts an insurance carrier must reimburse a medical provider for personal injury protection (PIP) benefits. Such challenges carry a heavy price tag if attorneys’ fees are awarded to the successful insured. A recent contention is that insurance carriers must pay 100% of the amount billed by medical providers if that amount is less than 80% of the Schedule of maximum charges….
By: Butler Weihmuller Katz Craig LLP
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