Allstate Lawsuits- Are you owed money?

Are Your Old Allstate Files Worth Money?

Yes! If you billed Allstate between 2008 and 2012 then you are likely owed money from Allstate. Long story short, their policy said that they would pay “in accordance with state fee schedules” but the policy didn’t specify 200% of Medicare/ work comp fee schedule. So judges have said that the Allstate policy was not specific enough and that they have to pay 80% of the total charged amount.

For example, let’s assume that a doctor charges $40 to apply a hot/cold pack to a patient for therapy. Allstate (from 2008-2012) was wrongfully limiting that hot pack to $10 which is 200% of Medicare. That means that the doctor in this situation is owed an extra $30 for every hot pack they billed. How many times do you bill for a hot pack in a week? in a year? in five years? As you can see, Allstate could owe a doctor thousands just for that one CPT code!

How many times did your patient get his PIP benefits cut off by an IME doctor? We fight those too!

The good news is that our office can get you paid on these types of claims with no out-of-pocket expense. If there is no recovery then there is no fee. My office has a team that is devoted to meeting with doctors at their offices and reviewing each PIP file one-by-one to find every penny owed! We scan the necessary paperwork and process it at our office. Your staff doesn’t have any extra work. We handle everything from A to Z. We sign a confidentiality agreement and a HIPPA agreement also.

I’m attaching some of the cases that came out against Allstate so you can see for yourself what is going on:

Case 1- Click Here

Case 2- Click Here

Case 3- Click Here

Case 4- Click Here

Case 5- Click Here


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