GLENN D. BERGER, D.C., P.A., (Marie Jean, Patient), Plaintiff, vs. UNITED AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY, Defendant.



Insurance -- Personal injury protection -- Demand letter -- Sufficiency -- Demand letter to which was attached itemized statement that set forth name of medical provider who rendered treatment and each exact amount, date of treatment, and type of benefits claimed to be due, and which demanded full amount of benefits claimed to be due was legally sufficient -- Further, where insurer failed to provide provider with any response asserting that demand letter was not in compliance with statutory requirements and failed to raise alleged insufficiency as affirmative defense, insurer waived defense

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