In his Insurance Fraud column, Evan H. Krinick, co-managing partner of Rivkin Radler, writes that with health care providers ineligible for no-fault reimbursement if the physicians who allegedly own the providers are not the true owners, courts now consistently rule that insurance carriers are entitled to discovery on ownership. The clear trend in the cases makes a recent Nassau Country District Court decision perplexing.
Discovery in Providers' Cases Seeking No-Fault Benefits
New York Law Journal
September 6, 2013