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PIP Carrier Not Entitled To Subrogate Against Health Insurance Carrier For Medical Expenses Paid In Error

By on August 20, 2021 in Claims with 0 Comments

Palisades Insurance Company (“Palisades”) filed a claim for reimbursement against Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (“Horizon”) to obtain recoupment for health insurance benefits it paid to 4 insureds who were involved in automobile accidents and received treatment.  Palisades contended that it made those payments in error because the insureds had designated Horizon […]

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Plaintiff’s Claim for Property Damage to Vehicle Limited to Vehicle’s Market Value

By on April 28, 2017 in Civil Lawsuits with 0 Comments

Plaintiff Aaron Adena was involved in a motor vehicle accident with defendant Joseph Cupoli in which he suffered no injuries but his vehicle sustained extensive damage. Plaintiff’s insurance carrier, MetLife Auto & Home (MetLife) declared plaintiff’s vehicle a total loss and paid him for its actual cash value plus the cost of a rental car. […]

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Plaintiff Can Be Compelled to Pay IME Missed Appointment Fee

By on March 10, 2017 in Litigation with 0 Comments

Plaintiff Ann McInroy sued Village Supermarket, Inc. for injuries from a slip and fall in its supermarket. Defense counsel scheduled an exam with an IME doctor to examine the plaintiff for her claimed injuries. After 2 missed appointments, the IME doctor sent defense counsel a bill for $375, representing the missed appointment fee for these […]

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