We prevail in over 93% of cases
Recouped over $28 million
At Morch Law, LLC we specialize in Personal Injury Protection (PIP) arbitration. PIP arbitration is a legal process that allows doctors or medical providers to recuperate unpaid or underpaid medical claims that are lawfully owed them by automobile insurance companies.
Camilla Morch helps doctors and medical providers navigate this specialized area of law and collect money that they can lawfully claim.
Morch Law, LLC can file your arbitrations for you and collect what you are owed. We have participated successfully in thousands of No-Fault Arbitrations over 12 years in business.
Contact us to find out how we can help you recuperate what is legally waiting for you!
WHAT IS PIP ARBITRATION?
PIP arbitration is a legal process that allows doctors and medical providers to recoup their outstanding medical bills from automobile insurance companies. First, in order for Morch Law, LLC to file an arbitration, an assignment of benefits must be signed by the patient. Second, the invoices must be appealed. If the medical invoice is improperly reimbursed or is outstanding for more than 60 days, it is over-due and Morch Law, LLC can file the arbitration on your behalf.
To file an arbitration-what is needed:
The assignment of benefits
The itemized invoices
The Pre-service and Post-service appeals with confirmation
What does improperly reimbursed mean?
Improperly reimbursed bill -pre-certification penalty applied incorrectly.
Multiple modality reduction -applied incorrectly.
Bill denied for medical necessity.
Fails to pay usual and customary or reasonable rate for treatment, not on the NJ PIP Fee Schedule.
PPO reduction applied incorrectly.