FAQ

Shuster & Saben provides aggressive prosecution of PIP claims on behalf of medical professionals.

If your PIP claim has been denied by the insurance company, you need attorneys who know the substantive and technical changes to the Florida No-Fault statute and are ready and able to handle your unpaid or reduced medical claims.

Unfortunately, insurance companies can deny or reduce claims for a variety of reasons.

Ask yourself the following questions:

  1. Can an insurance company deny or reduce my bills if my my patient doesn't have an Emergency Medical Condition?
  2. Can an insurance company deny or reduce my bills if my patient doesn't treat within 14 days?
  3. Can an insurance company deny or reduce my bills if I bill late based on incorrect information from my patient?
  4. Can an insurance company deny or reduce my bills based on an IME?
  5. Can an insurance company deny or reduce my bills based on my patient's Examination Under Oath testimony?
  6. Can an insurance company deny or reduce my bills if I fail to respond to a 627.736(6)(b) request?

The answer to all of the questions above is YES.

However, Shuster & Saben is ready to respond to issues that you face in the complex world of PIP claims.

We stand with you at every stage of the claim process from completing your forms correctly, to the demand letter, to litigation, and - if needed - to trial.

Since 2004, Shuster & Saben prosecuted thousands of unpaid or reduced PIP claims on behalf of medical professionals. Shuster & Saben also represents individual policyholders for PIP disputes throughout Florida, with five offices throughout Florida. We are happy to provide a FREE audit to confirm whether you are being paid properly by the insurance companies for any PIP claims.