Law360, Los Angeles (August 19, 2015, 5:42 PM EDT) -- A Florida state appellate court revived health care providers' 32 consolidated cases alleging Allstate Insurance Co. wrongfully limited its reimbursements under Medicare fee schedules for personal injury protection claims, with the majority saying in a split opinion that the insurer's policy is "inherently unclear."
The appellate court found that the Florida Supreme Court's 2013 decision in Geico General Insurance Co. v. Virtual Imaging Services Inc. and the Florida appellate court's 2011 opinion in Kingsway Amigo Insurance Co. v. Ocean Health Inc. held that a bare reference to the state's personal injury protection statute didn't constitute sufficient notice that an insurer was...
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