By Anthony Licatesi | Published February 11, 2022 | Posted in No-Fault Arbitration | Comments Off on New York No-Fault: An Introduction
New York state’s No-fault law came into existence during the 1970’s as a means to expedite claim payments tied to motor vehicle accidents. Including both medical and wage replacement coverage, this legislation spared parties from having to navigate the court system through litigation, providing some relief to an already overburdened court system through the utilization Read MoreRead More
In order to be eligible to receive No-Fault benefits, does a medical provider have an obligation to send/mail medical bills to an insurance carrier in a timely manner? The answer is yes. A Medical provider must submit medical billing to the insurance carrier within 45 calendar days from the date of service. The medical provider Read MoreRead More
Prepare! Prepare! Prepare! One word which will make all the difference in the success of a no-fault claim is “preparation.” Undoubtedly, there are too many instances where the insurance companies undeservedly deny a no-fault claim. However, if a health care provider does not have the necessary documents to dispute the denial, collecting on that claim Read MoreRead More
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