PIP Insurance Claims
Boca Raton, Ft. Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Florida
We represent medical providers and individuals who have been denied insurance benefits they are entitled.
In Florida, when someone is injured in an Automobile Accident regardless of who is at fault the insurance company must pay up to $10,000 in benefits. They must pay 80% of medical and 60% of lost wages plus all expenses reasonably incurred for necessary services that, but for the injury, the injured person would have performed such as cleaning or gardening.
When the insurance company denies your benefits, Florida law allows you to recover your benefits with no attorney fees or costs. You pay absolutely nothing.
Insurance companies usually deny claims based on the following:
- Reduced pursuant to an alleged usual and customary charge or based upon geographic region
- Denied based upon an IME cut – off
- Denied for failure to appear at an EUO
- Denied bases upon an alleged Material Misrepresentation
- Paid at 200% of Federal Medicare Fee Schedule or Florida Workers Compensation Fee Schedule
The West Palm Beach Personal Injury Lawyers at Ellis, Ged & Bodden, P.A. have collected millions of dollars in PIP benefits for their clients.
What does this mean?
If you are in an accident, regardless of fault, your insurance company may be responsible for payment up to $10,000 in personal injury protection benefits. If your insurance company fails to pay your medical benefits up to $10,000 you may have to file suit in order to recover the benefits that are due under your insurance contract.
If you are a medical provider who has accepted an assignment of your patient’s benefits or if you are the insured any your benefits have been denied, please Contact Ellis, Ged & Bodden, P.A. today for a free consultation regarding your rights under the contract of insurance. Our Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Lawyers have recovered millions of dollars of wrongfully denied personal injury protection benefits for medical providers and insures.