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Triangle R againAugust 25, 2014

Okslen Acupuncture P.C. v Unitrin Advantage Ins. Co., 2014 NY Slip Op 51290(U)(App. Term 1st Dept. 2014)

“The defendant-insurer failed to demonstrate entitlement to depositions relating to its excessive treatment and fee schedule defenses, in the absence of any affirmative showing that it preserved those defenses by timely denying plaintiff’s 2006 first-party no-fault claim (see Triangle R. Inc. v Progressive Ins. Co., 36 Misc 3d 151[A], 2012 NY Slip Op 51685[U][App Term, 1st Dept 2012]). In view of the foregoing, we need not and do not address plaintiff’s alternative argument that the noticed depositions were otherwise unwarranted.”

If you are that serious about the fraud, then bring a Supreme Court action where courts will give you more latitude to pursue a common-law fraud action.  Or, try your hand at a Rico if you have enough information on the provider.

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