Hi kids the sun is shining and everyone inside the bunker is simply buzzing about the latest Kim Kardashian marriage update -- was she really in love, how come they broke up, who the hail is that guy she married?
That's probably why there are only a few glorified PCAs this week, and one very important opinion regarding this very important topic affecting so many of us:
May the statutory amendment that went into effect on January 1, 2008, providing that an insurer may limit reimbursement of no fault benefits to 80% of 200% of the applicable Medicare Part B fee schedule, be constitutionally applied retroactively to a policy with effective dates of December 7, 2007 through June 7, 2008, where the accident and medical treatment occurred after January 1, 2008 and the insurer did not issue an endorsement advising the insured that the fee schedule would be applied?
This Court initially accepted jurisdiction of this cause pursuant to Florida Rule of Appellate Procedure 9.160.Alright already -- what is the answer, the entire South Florida legal community needs to know!
So sorry Charlie:
Having reviewed the briefs, and following oral argument, this Court declines to answer the question certified by the lower court to be one of great public importance....Allow me to translate -- why did you certify such a ridiculously fact-specific question to us? You think we sit around all day analyzing Kim Kardashian's divorce papers?
(Don't answer that.)