County Court Rules in Favor of Insurer Regarding Attorney’s Fees in Suit Where Insurer Cured Plaintiff’s § 627.736(10) Demand Letter by Issuing Payment for the Full Amount Demanded.

Steven J. Melilli, D.C., P.A., (Patient: M. Krugliak) v. State Farm Mutual Auto. Ins. Co., County Court, 6th Judicial Circuit Pinellas County, Case No: 19-004553-SC – This suit involved a complaint filed by the plaintiff following the defendant’s attempt to fully cure the plaintiff’s § 627.736(10) demand letter, demanding a total of $427.25 for treatment rendered to it’s patient for dates of service February 15, 2019 through March 4, 2019. In responding to the demand letter, State Farm issued…
By: Marshall Dennehey
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