The Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled in Herd Chiropractic Clinic v. State Farm Mutual that an insurer who followed the peer review process to deny payment of medical expenses under the state Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility Law (MVFRL) was nevertheless required to reimburse the challenging provider for its attorney fees after the court also found the treatment at issue was determined to be reasonable and necessary.
Bad-Faith Protection Does Not Insulate Insurers From Paying Provider Attorney Fees
The Legal Intelligencer
November 1, 2011
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