Farmers Texas County Mutual Insurance Co. v. Beasley
The Court found that an injured claimant did not suffer any harm when a PIP insurer paid only the medical expenses actually incurred by the claimant's medical insurer rather than the medical provider's list rate and, therefore, the claimant did not have standing to sue the PIP insurer for breach of contract or bad faith.
automobile liability insurance, personal injury protection, PIP, actually incurred, medical expenses, standing, jurisdiction, collateral source
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