Sunday, June 21, 2009


- State of New York Supreme Court, County of Otsego rejected the insurer’s argument that it was illegal for physicians to employ acupuncturists, and ruled that the State attorney general, on behalf of the people, had exclusive authority to challenge the manner in which the medical corporation was structured. The Supreme Court also ruled that since the services rendered were medically necessary, selected by covered persons for covered accidents, and competently provided by licensed health care providers, the insurer’s complaint failed to state a compressible claim. New York Central Mutual Fire Insurance Company v. 563 Grand Medical, P.C.

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