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Roggio/Westchester-LincolnJuly 17, 2012

Alev Med. Supply, Inc. v Allstate Prop. & Cas. Ins. Co., 2012 NY Slip Op 51294(U)(App. Term 2d Dept. 2012)

Since each medical provider as assignee of a purportedly injured party has its own right to chose litigation or arbitration, the decision of one medical provider cannot prejudice another medical provider or assignor.

Roggio

“A prior arbitration proceeding involving one claimant provider seeking reimbursement of assigned first-party no-fault benefits does not preclude another provider from commencing its own action seeking reimbursement of assigned no-fault benefits, even where the claims have been assigned by the same individual and have arisen from the same accident”

Westchester Lincoln

“Defendant failed to demonstrate that it had timely denied the claims at issue based upon plaintiff’s assignor’s failure to appear for an EUO, and therefore that it is not precluded from asserting its proffered defense that plaintiff failed to comply with a condition precedent to coverage”

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