Reimbursement for personal injury protection benefits paid
(1) A provider of personal injury protection benefits shall be reimbursed for personal injury protection payments made on behalf of any person only to the extent that the total amount of benefits paid exceeds the damages suffered by that person. As used in this section, “total amount of benefits” means the amount of money recovered by a person from:
(a) Applicable underinsured motorist benefits described in ORS 742.502 (Uninsured motorist coverage) (2);
(b) Liability insurance coverage available to the person receiving the personal injury protection benefits from other parties to the accident;
(c) Personal injury protection payments; and
(d) Any other payments by or on behalf of the party whose fault caused the damages.
(2) Nothing in this section requires a person to repay more than the amount of personal injury protection benefits actually received. [1993 c.709 §9; 2015 c.5 §5]
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