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Give it Back: Reimbursement for Unlawful Physical Therapy Services
In Farmers Insurance Exchange v St Peter Medical Center, et al., the Michigan Court of Appeals provided additional guidance as to the circumstances under which an insurer may successfully pursue a claim for reimbursement of benefits already paid on behalf of an insured.
Although unpublished, Farmers Insurance Exchange reaffirms the No-Fault Act’s requirement that treatment must be lawfully rendered to be compensable, and illustrates an insurer’s recourse when benefits have been paid on behalf of an insured who received unlawfully rendered physical therapy.
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