Peer Review Denials
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A majority of our no-fault litigation is based upon peer review and post IME denials. A peer review denial is an opinion by a medical doctor hired by an insurance company that the services in question were not medically necessary and therefore not reimbursable. This doctor does not examine the injured party, but merely reviews medical records. There are numerous flaws involved in the peer review process, and our team of Long Island no-fault insurance recovery attorneys are prepared to help you challenge the denial.
Our team can contest the peer review denials by:
- Analyzing peer report and records
- Identifying deficiencies in the peer report
- Finding ways to discredit the doctor's assessment
- Consulting reputable doctors to provide a more accurate assessment
The Odierno Law Firm, P.C. has successfully litigated thousands of peer review denial cases. We skillfully examine all details related to a claim and the reports provided by the peer review doctors. Every detail matters to us, and we take the necessary time to identify ways to overturn a denial. Your case is important, and we are prepared to put our 45 years of experience to work for you.
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Our lawyers have recovered millions of dollars for our clients. We have handled no-fault insurance claims involving peer review denials, EUOs, underpaid claims, and more. If you need a trusted legal ally to resolve your denied claim, call The Odierno Law Firm, P.C. We know how to navigate the entire claims process, including appeals and litigation. In fact, our team is always prepared to litigate a case if it means getting a better outcome for you. Fight back against unscrupulous insurance companies today. We are ready to stand up for medical providers who have been victimized by dishonest insurance practices.
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