Statute of Limitations–Rental Cars: In the Matter of the Arbitration Between: Continental Medical Pc and State Farm Mutual Automobile Ins. Co. And Citiwide Auto Leasing Inc. (Court Side)

Statute of Limitations--Rental Cars: In the Matter of the Arbitration Between: Continental Medical Pc and State Farm Mutual Automobile Ins. Co. And Citiwide Auto Leasing Inc. (Court Side)

Statute of Limitations--Rental Cars: In the Matter of the Arbitration Between: Continental Medical Pc and State Farm Mutual Automobile Ins. Co. And Citiwide Auto Leasing Inc. (Court Side)

This no-fault award came to two significant conclusions: (1) That when a renter is driving a rental car, the rental car pays the PIP claims; and (2) When an insurer issues a denial before the time to do so runs out, the statute of limitations does not begin to run on the date of denial, but on the date that the bills would have become overdue (i.e., the day after the time to pay or deny runs out). “This claim is for $6,962.22 and involves medical, chiropractic, physical therapy, electrodiagnostic testing and MRI testing all rendered by applicant for the allegedly eligible injured person/assignor for the care and treatment of injuries sustained in an accident that occurred on June 27th, 2003. Both respondents contend that applicant did not commence this proceeding within the applicable statute of limitations and consequently this claim should be time barred.”

Statute of Limitations--Rental Cars: In the Matter of the Arbitration Between: Continental Medical Pc and State Farm Mutual Automobile Ins. Co. And Citiwide Auto Leasing Inc. (Court Side)

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