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Office-Based Surgical Facility Fees and No-Fault Insurance
No-Fault Insurance Law Wrap-up
Thursday, April 14, 2016 | David M. Barshay(New York Law Journal)

In his No-Fault Insurance Law Wrap-Up, Senior Partner David M. Barshay discusses the recent Court of Appeals decision on whether a no-fault insurer is required to pay no-fault medical benefits to an office-based surgical facility not licensed under Public Health Law Article 28. Read entire story.


Insurance Coverage for Intentional Acts
No-Fault Insurance Law Wrap-up
Thursday, February 11, 2016 | David M. Barshay(New York Law Journal)

In his No-Fault Insurance Law Wrap-Up, Senior Partner David M. Barshay reviews an interesting case on whether an act of self-defense by the insured resulting in fatal injuries to another person is a covered act under a liability policy, requiring the insurer to indemnify the insured for a wrongful death claim by the injured person's estate, along with several recent decisions on out-of-state policies. Read entire story.


Examination Under Oath and IME No-Show
No-Fault Insurance Law Wrap-up
Thursday, December 10, 2015 | David M. Barshay(New York Law Journal)

In his No-Fault Insurance Law Wrap-Up, Senior Partner David M. Barshay writes that generally, to prevail on a medical examination "no-show" defense, an insurer must prove both the mailing of its scheduling letters and the injured person's non-appearance. However, the Appellate Divisions are split on whether an insurer must raise the defense in a timely denial in order to preserve such defense. Read entire story.


Court of Appeals Addresses Plaintiff's Prima Facie Burden
No-Fault Ins. Law Wrap-up
Thursday, October 08, 2015 | David M. Barshay(New York Law Journal)

In his No-Fault Insurance Law Wrap-Up, David M. Barshay discusses 'Viviane Etienne Medical Care v. Country-Wide Ins. Co.', where the Court of Appeals held that the plaintiff, a medical provider office, demonstrated "prima facie entitlement to summary judgment by submitting evidence that payment of no-fault benefits are overdue, and proof of its claim, using the statutory billing form, was mailed to and received by the defendant insurer." Read entire story.


Where Drivers Pay the Most -- And Least -- For Car Insurance
Auto Insurance
Friday, September 12, 2014 | Jim Gorzelany(Forbes Auto)

For 2014, the major U.S. metropolitan area in which residents tend to suffer the highest car insurance rates is Detroit, MI, where policyholders tend to pay 165 percent higher premiums than the national average. While none approach the stiff toll Detroiters face, other budget-busting burgs include New York City (36 percent above average), Miami (+34 percent) and Los Angeles (+25 percent). Read entire story.


U.S. Chamber of Commerce: Todd Muhlstock playing major litigation role
The New Lawsuit Ecosystem
Friday, October 25, 2013 | (Baker Sanders, LLC)

Baker Sanders partner Todd Muhlstock was recently cited as playing a major litigation role in "The New Lawsuit Ecosystem" by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Read entire story.


Gamblers Seek Class Action Certification
New York class action accusing Atlantic City, N.J., casino Revel of duping consumers
Wednesday, September 25, 2013 | Gavin Broady(Law360)

Plaintiffs in a New York class action accusing Atlantic City, N.J., casino Revel of duping consumers with a bogus offer to refund slot machine losses mounted a bid for class certification on Tuesday, saying the casino owners masked deceptive loopholes in the bargain. Read entire story.


Class Claims Revel Casino Cheated Them
Revel casino lured gamblers by promising to refund all the money they lost on slots in July
Thursday, August 29, 2013 | Nick Divito(Courthousenews)

$35 million class action against Revel casino and hotel in Atlantic City, N.J. for misleading "Slot Machine Refund Offer" Read entire story.


Congress Passes a $9.7 Billion Storm Relief Measure
Friday, January 04, 2013 | RAYMOND HERNANDEZ(The New York Times)

WASHINGTON — Under intense pressure from New York and New Jersey, Congress adopted legislation on Friday that would provide $9.7 billion to cover insurance claims filed by people whose homes were damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. Read entire story.


Helping People Process and Litigate Claims Arising in the Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy
Have You Sustained Substantial Property Damage? Is Your Company Suffering Business Interruption Losses?
Saturday, November 10, 2012 | Baker Sanders, LLC

You Need Experienced, Proven Lawyers To Help You Fight: • Unfair Insurance Claims Adjustment • Improper Insurance Disclaimers of Coverage • Unreasonable Delay in the Payment of Claims • Abusive Use of a “Hurricane Deductible” • Failure of Others to Prepare For and Remedy Known Conditions Read entire story.


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