A group of South Florida medical providers who challenged an insurance company’s interpretation of its car crash coverage lost its battle Wednesday when the Fourth District Court of Appeal found insurers aren’t obligated to fully reimburse patients for post-crash medical expenses.

It was an appeal involving personal injury protection, or PIP, insurance benefits, which cover medical expenses after a Florida car accident, regardless of who was at fault for the injury.

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