Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Insurance Claims in Florida
Insurance claim disputes are not supposed to happen. The purpose of insurance is to help you when you are in need after an unfortunate event. In most cases the PIP insurance companies pay the money that is due under the insurance policy after you make your claim. However, there are occasions that the insurance company denies claims, pays less than what is due, delays payment, or makes unreasonable demands before making payment. This is when you need a lawyer to provide you with the advice and guidance on the different Florida PIP insurance claim disputes that arise.
Our law firm has significant experience in reviewing PIP insurance claims and advising claimants of their rights under their PIP policies. We also have extensive experience in litigating disputes involving PIP insurance, including actions for breach of contract and declaratory relief.
This type of coverage can, at times, be extremely troublesome for both the claimant as the statute regulating PIP insurance is often vague and open-ended. If you have any questions regarding your coverage, please do not hesitate to call.
What is Extended or Additional Personal Injury Protection Coverage?
What is a Compulsory Medical Examination (CME) or an Independent Medical Examination (IME)?
It is important to know that if a claimant refuses to submit to the exam under PIP this may constitute as a breach of contract which may release the insurance company from their obligation to pay benefits.
Orlando, Volusia County and Flagler County PIP Personal Injury Protection Insurance Claim Attorneys
The Law Offices of Rue & Ziffra have provided legal advice and results for those who have been affected by PIP Personal Injury Protection Insurance Claims in Bunnell, Daytona Beach, DeBary, DeLand, Deltona, Edgewater, Flagler Beach, New Smyrna, Orlando, Ormond Beach, Palm Coast, Port Orange and Sanford.