Wednesday, 13 October 2021 17:24

Oh, My Aching Back! Look Who Else Deals with Short Pays

Written by Rebecca Barnabi, glassBYTEs.com


...more than 40 class members, which satisfies the requirement for class certification.


At issue in the case is not only GEICO’s alleged underpayment of claims but, according to Cannon, whether the insurance company’s use of the “BA” code was lawful, which prevails over any individual’s case.


According to GEICO’s personal injury protection policy (PIP), the insurance company will pay 80% of medical benefits in accordance with Florida law. Florida’s PIP statute allows insurers to limit reimbursement to 80% of charges for services, supplies and care for up to 200% of the allowed amount. This language is why Rosenberg claims GEICO should be responsible for the full amount of charges billed by providers up to 200%.


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