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United Automobile Insurance Company is praising a Florida-based ruling from the Third District Court of Appeals that confirms a person cannot sue his auto insurance company for failing to provide an explanation of benefits on personal injury protection claims.

According to a release, United Auto had appealed a 2007 decision by a Miami-Dade county court judge to award $1 in nominal damages and $19,530 in attorney’s fees to A 1st Healthcare Systems, Inc. In that case, the judge said that United Auto had failed to respond to the company’s request for payment within 30 days. The same judge said the plaintiff was owed nothing for those medical bills because they totaled less than the deductible.

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