Whiplash is a term that refers to neck damage, which is commonly suffered after a car accident. How much you can get for a whiplash case largely depends on the situation. If the other driver can be proven negligent, as in most rear-end collisions in Jacksonville, then personal injury protection (PIP) claims should kick in. Continue reading How Much Can You Get For a Whiplash Claim?
After a car accident in Tampa, a person might not consider suing right away for several reasons. One, the injuries incurred might take up most of their time and energy. They are mainly concerned about the health and safety of their family and friends. Continue reading How Long Does a Person Have to Sue After a Car Accident?
Understanding the difference between Personal Injury Protection and Medical Payments Coverage is crucial to getting your insurance right. So here’s how to tell whether you need one or the other:
Like any other fields in the industry, every one has its own expertise that’s why you cannot just get any lawyers and let him or her handle your project. To Continue reading Tips on how to hire a PIP Lawyer
As a doctor, you likely already have experience dealing with medical insurance companies. If your patient has been injured during a car accident, you Continue reading How a PIP Law Firm Can Help You
Normally, if someone is in a car accident, the insurance company of the driver at fault pays for not only damages, but also medical expenses if someone was hurt. Continue reading What Is Personal Injury Protection Insurance?
PIP insurance coverage is found in only 10 states in America including New York, North Dakota and Pennsylvania. Florida is a popular state that requires PIP coverage. Before you decide to operate a vehicle, it is essential you understand exactly what is PIP insurance and what it involves.
Continue reading What Is PIP Insurance?
If you live anywhere in Florida, including Miami, you will have to purchase personal injury protection insurance. Otherwise known as PIP or “no fault” insurance, this is a mandatory requirement in this state. PIP insurance coverage is a means through which individuals can avoid going to court to collect medical fees. Under PIP, the injured driver of a vehicle in an accident is allowed to claim up to 10,000 in immediate medical coverage. On paper, the plan sounds ideal. Continue reading PIP Insurance Coverage Miami
Folks, Big Insurance continued their “takeaway” of rights for their insureds (your patients) in 2015 with the gifts given to insurance carriers with the 2013 amendments to Florida Statute 627.736, also know as “The PIP Statute”. These amendments resulted in medical providers getting reimbursed less, or not at all, on PIP claims for auto-related medical treatment, services, and supplies. Here are the three most important issues that we saw litigated in the court system in 2015…and they are sure to be litigated in 2016.
Personal injury protection insurance, otherwise known as PIP, covers vehicle accident medical costs no matter which driver caused the accident. It’s required in several US states, including Florida. So if you are wondering more about how does PIP insurance work, contact us at Shuster & Saben LLC to talk to one of our skilled and experienced staff.
It’s the Time of the Season and it’s all about giving. In December at Shuster & Saben, we devote considerable time towards our charity work to help those less fortunate. However, with respect to PIP (personal injury protection) benefits, it’s always about receiving! We are in the BUSINESS of making sure our clients are RECEIVING the full amount of benefits owed from Big Insurance for medical bills covered by PIP.