Florida Pip Insurance Companies vs. Florida Pip Third Party Beneficiaries: Insurer Business Practices That Monetize Insurance Fraud Under the Auspices (Paperback)

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Florida Pip Insurance Companies vs. Florida Pip Third Party Beneficiaries: Insurer Business Practices That Monetize Insurance Fraud Under the Auspices (Paperback)

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GhostWriter Paralegal, Chartered is a legal research and complex technical litigation law office support organization located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It is not a law firm. The topics included in this publication were critically analyzed for Attorneys who considered their veracity. For further information contact: www.GhostWriterParalegal.com. Joe Pappacoda is a former senior trial attorney, former prosecutor, and former special agent.The War On Drugs was declared in June, 1971 by President Nixon stating that drug abuse was "public enemy number one". Florida Insurers providing personal injury protection ("PIP") insurance declared War On PIP Third Party Beneficiaries about the same time in 1971, albeit less publicly.These battles have created a quagmire of litigation in Florida State and Federal Courts over the identical issues presented in different forms and forums, while creating different results. That is the crux of the problem explored in this book. Current topics related to 2019 trench warfare PIP litigation in Florida Courts are explored in detail. Many of the topics presented in this book represent cutting edge and grey areas of the PIP laws and PIP litigation in 2019. There are seemingly meritorious arguments that have never been raised in any court of law, regarding Florida PIP Third Party Beneficiary Claims. The many ongoing battles to keep money and to take-money-paid- back claiming victimization in federal courts are remarkable. To date nobody has successfully challenged PIP Insurers brazen business practices employed to take money back from PIP Third Party Beneficiaries in federal court. These topics are explored, together with brainstorming ideas for those attorneys involved in Florida PIP litigation, and delayed, Federal Complaints alleging racketeering, common law fraud, unjust enrichment, and declaratory judgment actions, based on the same PIP Third Party Beneficiary claims previously made.
Product Details ISBN: 9781672061339
ISBN-10: 1672061334
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: December 6th, 2019
Pages: 162
Language: English
Series: Practice