No-Fault Law Requires Reasonable Medical Expenses
Lawyer Commentary on No-Fault Statute: 500.3157
Charges for products, services and accommodations in treating injuries person, authorization, amount
This No-Fault statute applies to bills for medical services submitted for payment to an insurance company in a lawsuit for No-Fault benefits. It requires that any doctor or hospital can only charge a reasonable amount for its services when treating for personal injuries resulting from a car accident.
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