The ability to file PIP and Med Pay Arbitration in TRS is scheduled to go live December 14, 2020 (does not include NYPIP).
To help ensure a smooth adoption of these new coverages when they are released, we will share differences from the current Collision/OTC functionality as they are developed. A tutorial is now available on the TRS Resources page.
Some changes should be obvious to users who filed or responded to Auto, PIP, and Med Pay arbitration in our legacy Online Filing (OLF) application
The first change users will see when deployed is a move of the Coverage Group selection to the Incident Details and My Party Information workflow step.
Next, you will see the Coverage Information PIP question pertaining to acceptance of Policy Limits includes acceptance of coverage level policy limits AND per-person policy limits.
Next, you will see the Feature Information will pertain to the injured party, with the corresponding Damage Types Applicable to respective coverage (the below example is PIP).
As an Adverse Party, you will have the ability to assert your limits as Per-Person/Per Incident or a Combined Single Limit:
That’s it! Again, it’s very similar to the differences seen when filing Auto, PIP, and Med Pay in our legacy OLF application.