USAA CLASS-ACTION LAWSUIT
Franklin D. Azar & Associates is investigating USAA for underpayment of its insureds’ medical bills under their first-party Medical Payments (“Med Pay”) and Personal Injury Protection (“PIP”) coverage. Med Pay and PIP coverage are supposed to protect USAA insureds by paying for their medical bills after a car crash, no matter who is at fault.
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USAA IS UNDER INVESTIGATION
USAA uses an automated computer system to reduce or deny payments in an unfair way that deprives its insureds of the benefit of the premiums they pay for Med Pay or PIP coverage. This computer system does not investigate the amounts billed by the medical provider and systematically reduces or denis your reimbursement amount. USAA tries to justify its reduction by stating that the billed amount “exceeds a reasonable fee for the service provided.”
By reducing the benefits paid to its insureds, USAA records higher profits. If USAA denied or reduced your Med Pay or PIP claim because your medical bills exceeded the computer system’s arbitrary amount, you may be entitled to compensation
GET THE BENEFITS YOU DESERVE
Frank Azar & Associates has been investigating Class Action cases for over 35 years and has recovered more than $2.3B for clients across the country. We have the experience and resources to represent plaintiffs in national class-action lawsuits of any size, against any opponent.
If you were hurt in a car crash and your USAA insurance policy included Med Pay or PIP coverage, you should have been protected. After your claim for benefits was filed with USAA, you should have received an Explanation of Reimbursement (“EOR”) that detailed how much USAA paid and what portion USAA reduced or denied. Contact Frank Azar today to find out if you are owed more.