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Appellate Division Rules Against Medical Providers In Jurisdictional Dispute Where Almost All Contacts Were In Pennsylvania And New York

By on October 7, 2020 in Court Rulings with 0 Comments

An important decision came down today on an issue that concerns practitioners, employers, carriers and third party administrators.  The decision is the first appellate level opinion on a long-running dispute over jurisdiction in certain MCP cases filed by medical providers in New Jersey. The decision is likely to affect hundreds of pending cases with similar […]

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Medical Providers Win in Supreme Court on Statute of Limitations Issue

By on February 5, 2020 in Court Rulings with 0 Comments

In New Jersey a medical provider dispute arising from a work injury can only be filed in the Division of Workers’ Compensation ever since the 2012 Amendments.  But the 2012 Amendments to the New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Act failed to answer one fundamental question:  how long does the provider have to bring a claim in […]

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Medical Providers Have Six Years To File Claims in Division of Workers’ Compensation

By on January 24, 2019 in Claims with 0 Comments

The New Jersey Appellate Division decided an important case on January 17, 2019 entitled The Plastic Surgery Center, PA. v. Malouf Chevrolet-Cadillac, Inc,.  The case centered on how long a medical provider has to file a claim petition in the Division, namely whether providers have two years, like claimants, or six years.  The case has […]

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