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Florida Motor Vehicle No-Fault Law, Personal Injury Protection (PIP), 2020-2021 ed. (Vol. 7, Florida Practice Series)

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2020
ISBN: 9781539281511
Service #: 40122133
Sub #: 40122134
Pages: 894
Shelf Space: 2 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Replacement pamphlets

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Florida Motor Vehicle No-Fault Law, Personal Injury Protection (PIP), 2020-2021 ed. (Vol. 7, Florida Practice Series)

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Florida Motor Vehicle No-Fault Law, Personal Injury Protection provides detailed, side-by-side comparisons on how to proceed under Florida's personal injury protection (PIP) laws and how they differ from the old laws.

This volume shows you how to handle the maze of issues arising in confusing PIP cases under the Florida motor vehicle no-fault law. It offers bumper-to-bumper treatment of Florida's PIP statute, including:

  • Changes to medical billing requirements
  • New medical fee schedules
  • Expanded limitations on lawsuits
  • New standards for medical services covered by PIP
  • Forms for use under the new law

Originally part of the Harrison Company's Alpert series, discussion in this text covers:

  • Assignment of benefits
  • When and how to make claims against insurers
  • Conditions precedent to filing suit
  • Demand letters
  • Discovery concerns
  • Litigation
  • Small claims procedure
  • Arbitration
  • Insurance fraud
  • Attorney's fees
  • Appeals and more