Typical personal injury retainer agreements do not include anything about fighting no-fault insurance claim denials. But at Rubin & Licatesi, P.C., we fight for the rights of our clients against insurance companies in no-fault insurance disputes. We fight denied claims in arbitration or litigation to get you the benefits you need to continue receiving care.
Anthony J. Licatesi is a leader in no-fault insurance law in New York. He regularly lectures and educates other personal injury lawyers about this complex and nuanced area of the law. We go above and beyond for our clients because we care about them. We want you to recover fully from your accident, both financially and physically.
We do not turn our backs on our clients. We will fight aggressively to get you the no-fault insurance benefits you need to move forward from your accident. Call us today at 516-712-2969
Medical doctors who treat in the no-fault arena often need legal help in overturning claim denials. Rubin & Licatesi, P.C., is a leader in this area of the law. We have a 94 percent successrate in overturning claim denials on behalf of no-fault medical providers.
If you are concerned about a patient being denied no-fault benefits based upon an insurance medical examination, also known as an independent medical examination (IME), speak to one of the foremost attorneys in New York City regarding no-fault collection and insurance disputes. You can schedule an initial consultation by phone at 516-712-2969 or online. We have offices conveniently located in both Brooklyn and Garden City, and represent clients throughout Long Island and the New York City boroughs.
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