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Well, it took almost eight years, and four attempts, but finally the issue is settled as to who is responsible for medical bills, incurred as a result of an automobile accident, which exceed the Personal Injury Protection (PIP) benefits coverage chosen by the injured party. The choices were: the tortfeasor who caused the accident or the innocent injured party. The answer see-sawed from plaintiff, to defendant, to plaintiff and eventually properly ended with the bills being the responsibility of the party causing the injury.

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