Replacement Services Benefits

Written by  //  June 23, 2011  //  Insurance Glossary: N-S, Insurance Terms  //  Comments Off on Replacement Services Benefits

These are benefits to pay someone, other than a family member, for services the victim would have normally performed without pay for the benefit of family members, if the victim hadn’t been injured. However, if the insured is collecting work loss benefits under his or her insurance, then he or she may not also collect replacement services benefits. The court sets maximum limits for specific amount over specified time periods and/or by limitations on total First-Party Benefits receivable for services that are no longer able to be rendered by the victim. Limits are specific to each state.

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