PIP Statute of Limitations
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PIP cases can last from 60 days to many years, depending upon the legal issues.
PIP cases can pile up for medical providers and after several years, some just give up despite holding onto hundreds or even thousands of cases.
Those cases may be recoverable and are worth a meeting to find out what can be done by the Bloodworth Law team.
There is a five-year look back because the statute of limitations in Florida for PIP cases as they involve a breach of contract. Specifically, it is five years from EACH date of service that was improperly paid. This means that a doctor or medical provider can sue backwards up to five years on the unpaid or underpaid medical files.
Recent Clients Recoveries
- $250,000 in a trust dispute
- $417,000 in a business dispute
- $385,000 in a trust dispute
- $750,000 in a trust dispute
- $723,000 in a business dispute
- $435,000 in a probate litigation
Clients pay attorney fees after a case is completed and when it pays out.
Contingency fee means that the client pays legal fees when the lawyer and case brings in money from the legal actions taken. Reed immediately begins work on the case to pursue a legal action that will yield financial results. Clients meanwhile are not billed, have to write a check, or pay by credit card to get a case moving. Every case is reviewed and there is no guarantee that it will qualify or be accepted as a contingency fee case but you should find out through talking with Reed.
Contingency fee cases are available for business litigation, and for trust and estate litigation cases.