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  • Liquidation of American Country Insurance Company and American Service Insurance Company

    Posted By Erin S. Stamper || 20-Aug-2020

    On August 11, 2020, a Liquidation Order was entered against both American Country Insurance Company (American Country) and American Service Insurance Company (American Service), two Atlas Financial Holdings Inc. (Atlas) Companies that specialized in insuring commercial drivers, including taxicabs, limousines, paratransit, and airport transit. [i] Pursuant to the Liquidation Order, all auto ...
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  • What is No-Fault and What Coverages Does It Afford in New York State?

    Posted By Erin S. Stamper || 27-Jul-2020

    With the increased rejection of billing by commercial insurers and government payers for treatment related in whole or in part to an auto accident, we are providing a brief primer on No-Fault insurance and the coverage that it affords to New York State insureds. No-Fault, also known as Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage, is a type of car insurance in New York State (NYS) that helps pay for ...
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  • Exclusions from No-Fault Coverage

    Posted By Erin S. Stamper || 27-Jul-2020

    With the increased rejection of billing by commercial insurers and government payers for treatment perceived to be related in whole or in part to an auto accident, we are providing a brief overview of what is not covered by No-Fault insurance. Specifically, the No-Fault insurer is not obligated to pay for treatment rendered to persons who have sustained injuries resulting from the following: ...
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  • Telemedicine-for Evaluation and Management Services-is Covered by No-Fault for Duration of the COVID-19 Threat

    Posted By Erin S. Stamper || 3-Apr-2020

    On March 16, 2020, the Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) promulgated amendments to the Workers’ Compensation Fee Schedule, permitting doctors, acupuncturists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, chiropractors, psychologists, and licensed clinical social workers to engage in “telemedicine” during the COVID-19 crisis. [i] The WCB promulgated these amendments ...
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  • Russell Friedman & Associates Remains Committed to Serving the Needs of Its Clients During the COVID-19 Crisis

    Posted By Russell Friedman || 23-Mar-2020

    I want to assure you that, as the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic situation challenges each of us, the Firm is prepared and continues to operate because the needs of its clients are of paramount importance. While the Firm has temporarily closed its offices in support of national efforts to combat the spread of COVID-19, the Firm’s attorneys and staff are working remotely, through a ...
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