Objective criterian is not necessary prior to seeking an IMEApril 16, 2011

All County, LLC v Unitrin Advantage Ins. Co., 2011 NY Slip Op 50621(U)(App. Term 2d Dept. 2011)

“We note that, contrary to the finding of the District Court, while Insurance Department Regulations (11 NYCRR) § 65-3.5 (e) states that a no-fault insurer must base its request for an examination under oath upon “the application of objective standards so that there is specific objective justification supporting the use of such examination,” it does not impose such a standard on a request for an IME.”

When it comes to IME no-show cases, I must tip my hat to Unitrin.  They are the Mercury of IME no-show cases.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Stanford University

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