The other day I was on my morning run. I was headed South approaching a 4-way stop in my residential, quiet neighborhood. I noticed a car at the intersection who was headed east and stopped to wait. I waited and waited, and the driver did not go. ...
You can consult a lawyer before seeing a doctor, but the lawyer won't be able to advise you on whether your case is "solid" until she or he has a copy of the police accident report and, at the very least, a copy of the MRI report to review. If you have not contacted the driver's insurance carrier to make a claim for your no fault benefits, you need to do that as soon as possible (within 30 days of the date of accident), or you risk losing any No Fault benefits to which you are entitled.See question
Happened in New York. Is it three years and then time runs out? Who could I contact to help? My car was fixed through the other guys insurance and the strange thing was his insurance co. wanted me to sign a piece of paper and give me a check for 5...
As the prior lawyers here have indicated, you generally have three years from the date of accident to sue for pain and suffering if your accident was with a non-municipal vehicle.See question
i was in a car accident on 4/28/13 while i was in the hospital i was contacted by someone claiming to be a Enterprise representative. On or around the 28th of May i was contacted again by the someone else representing Enterprise Car Rental. A few ...
The No Fault Regulation mandates that an insurer send out a No Fault Cover Letter (NF-1A) and Application for No Fault Benefits (NF-2) within ten business days after receipt of their original notification of the claim for no fault benefits - which could be construed as 4/28/13 when you spoke to the Enterprise Representative (however, you do not describe what the substance of the conversation was, or the conversation you had with Enterprise on 5/28). You can send a letter describing your "reasonable justification" to the claim office listed on the denial of benefits. It is probably better, however, if you speak to a lawyer who understands the nuances of No Fault Law to understand everything that happened and so that you don't waive any of your rights.See question
I was served a summons by a debt collection agency. I answered and requested verification through the court. Sent a court stamped copy of my answer and verification letter to the collection agency and their attorney. Everything sent registered ...
You can force the collection agency to move on your case by serving them with a document known as a 90 day notice, which has to be served by Certified Mail Return Receipt Requested. If they don't answer, you can ask the court clerk for a template motion to dismiss the case for Plaintiff's failure to prosecute. There are steps involved and if you miss one, you've wasted your time. This is why hiring a lawyer to help you defend a debt collection law suit is important.
Best of luck.See question
We are Imaging Center and we serve medical doctors who prescribe for their patients medical tests.we are operating based on doctors referrals and have no intent to put their professional decisions under the scope and be suspicious regarding their ...
The way you handle denials based upon lack of medical necessity is to dispute the denial in No Fault arbitration or litigation. There are New York attorneys who practice in this area of the law, such as myself, who can help you dispute these denials.See question
Have fractured ankle back. And necks injuries.was going to trial 4 x all postponed ..now lawyers says I don't meet threshold...and I have to pay drs..on my behalf .... I'm totally disabled I'm. A hairdresse anrcannot stand long....lost money ....
I agree with everything that has been said so far. I'm also wondering why you have to pay doctors? Your care should be covered under the Taxi's No Fault insurance and if your doctors were at one time being reimbursed under an assignment of benefits, they are not allowed to take a lien against your settlement.
Ultimately, you have the right, as the client, to take a settlement or to reject it.See question
Almost 2 yrs ago I was struck by a out of control mini school bus while standing on the sidewalk. I had back, shoulder, & knee surgery. Fractured fibula and pelvis.
It means that you are one step closer to getting the case resolved, either by settlement or by trial. Speak with your lawyer directly for more detail.
Best of luck with your case,
I was hit driving down 112. the guy doesn't have a license but car insured and registered to him but I cant find his insurance company to file a complaint. all I have is his name and date of birth and license plate number on the exchange of motori...
Attorneys have resources to assist you in finding the insurance company through different types of investigators we utilize. You may need to contact a local lawyer to help you with your question.
Best of luck,
As I was driving through an intersection on a green light; the car in the opposite side made a left hand turn hitting me on the driver/front side of my car. Both drivers have insurance through the same company. Examiner advised that the police r...
Hire a lawyer to review the police report and other facts and circumstances surrounding the accident and deal with the insurance company. You might want an independent estimate of the value of your vehicle's damage, especially if you end up having to bring a property damage action in court.See question
The person who's been helping me get to my appointments never kept track of their miles through the odometer and really don't have much to go by except receipts for tolls for reimbursement. Is there a way to figure out the miles without shorten...
No Fault mileage is based upon the same reimbursement as New York Worker's Compensation. It can vary due to gas price fluctuations. Under the Regulation, you have 90 days from the date of the health service to claim your mileage or other transportation expenses. For mileage, you put down the name of the medical facility you visited and the address. If you went by car, you find the mileage from your home/work to the facility (you can use Mapquest) and just put down the miles. If you used public transportation, you must show receipts.
You may not be aware of this, but you are entitled to mileage reimbursement when you attend No Fault Medical Exams scheduled by your insurance company.
Fax or mail this information in to your No Fault Carrier with the claim number. Make sure you keep the fax confirmation.
If you wish, send me an email and I will send you the mileage reimbursement form I give to my own clients.