The legislative changes in PIP law have caused a much greater demand for certified and accredited interpreters in the fields of Examinations Under Oath, Independent Medical Examinations and investigations in general. In order to ensure clear and accurate communication in these proceedings, it is of the utmost importance to obtain quality language services when dealing with non English speakers in any legal setting.
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“Senate Bill 1860 revises the Florida Motor Vehicle No-Fault Law. The bill primarily amends laws governing Personal Injury Protection (PIP) benefits under the No-Fault law and laws related to PIP motor-vehicle insurance fraud”.
Changes enacted by the bill include: Investigation and Payment of Claims
“Provisions relating to the investigation of PIP claims by insurers are revised, effective January 1, 2013. Insurers are authorized to take an examination under oath (EUO) of an insured. Compliance is a condition precedent for receiving benefits (the insurer owes zero benefits if the insured does not comply)… the bill also provides that if a person unreasonably fails to appear for an independent medical examination (IME), the carrier is no longer responsible for benefits. Refusal or failure to appear for two IMEs raises a rebuttable presumption that the refusal or failure was unreasonable…”