Allen v. United Services Automobile Association
The court found that neither the insureds nor their medical providers had individual standing to sue an auto insurer for its practice of discounting the medical expenses that it would reimburse as reasonable based on a percentage of the fee schedule established by Medicare because the insureds had not suffered any damages as a result of the practice and the medical providers were not in privity with the insurer and, therefore, they did not have standing to bring a class action.
auto insurance, Personal Injury Protection, PIP, standing, class action
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