In State Farm v. Domotor 266 A.D.2d 219 (2nd Dept. 1999) the court held that after the no-fault carrier issues a denial of payment there is no need for the medical provider to send bills to the carrier. After the denial the provider can later litigate or arbitrate the bills for services provided after the […]
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A. How Jurors Learn – Structuring Your Case Theory From your initial interview with the client, you should begin thinking about your discussion with the jury. What are the strengths/weaknesses to be addressed? One good tool is reducing the substance of your case to one sentence. Think of a tweet which describes […]
In Tone v. Song Mountain Ski Center (Fourth Department January 2014), the appellate court reversed the trial court’s dismissal of plaintiff’s personal injury action for injuries caused while on a ski lift. The plaintiff sustained injuries while using a triple chair left at defendant’s facility. Defendant claimed that plaintiff assumed the risk of her injuries in […]