Even if the carrier is in bankruptcy or what is called liquidation, you rights are protected by the law. The Board has a fund, sometimes called the Liquidation Bureau, to handle such claims. I suspect that at your next hearing, a person will be present representing the entity that will be responsible for handling your claim.
You should work with your attorney to understand that who will be the responsible party so as to insure that you can alert your medical provider and you will know where to send your mileage and other reimbursement request.
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The New York State Liquidation Bureau steps in. It could slow things down.
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