Fourth District Court of Appeals Affirms Trial Court Ruling That Assignee’s Pre-Suit Demand Letter Was Not Precise as to Amount Claimed to Be Due for Treatment of Insured, as Required by 627.736(10)

Chris Thompson, P.A. a/a/o Elmude Cadau v. Geico Indemnity Co., Nos. 4D21-1820 and 4D21-2310 (47 Fla. L. Weekly D 1588) – This controversy was brought on an appeal before the Fourth District Court of Appeals due to the lower court ruling that Chris Thompson, P.A.’s (Thompson) demand letter was not statutorily compliant because it did not put Geico on proper notice of the exact amount it was required to pay in order to avoid suit….
By: Marshall Dennehey
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