Regency Medical Supplies v. Travelers Insurance Company

American Arbitration Association Decision


Insurance Carrier prevails on No Fault Claim made by Medical Supply Company. Carrier denied bill based upon Fraud and Misrepresentation as the insured's vehicle had been in three prior car accidents within a two month time period. In addition the Medical Supplier's Assignor gave a statement to the carrier that he did not know the insured owner of the vehicle.

Although Arbitrator did not find fraud, she did deny the claim based upon the sheer lack of credibility of the Assignor and the Medical Supply Company, by accepting the assignment of benefits, "stood in it's patient's shoes."

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Reference Info:Decision | State, 2nd Circuit, New York | United States

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