My client was in a rear-end car accident and suffered several serious injuries. He started treating with his doctors and began to recover. He was told he couldn’t work, and his doctor recommended several No-Fault benefits for his recovery and care like attendant care, nurse case management, and household services.
His insurance company made some payments on his claim, but hired their own doctors to review his records and meet with my client to terminate his benefits (an IME).
He had tens of thousands of dollars in outstanding medical bills and other claims the No-Fault carrier refused to pay based on their doctors’ recommendations.
I sued the insurance company and won $163,500 to cover my client’s bills and continued care so he can continue to recover from the accident.