Video: Cross-Border Medical Claims

Today we are talking about how an October 2020 New Jersey caselaw decision is impacting medical fee disputes in New York workers’ compensation claims. If You have ever been dragged into a New Jersey court to resolve a New York Medical fee Schedule dispute, this episode is for you! This recording is taken from a live training provided on October 19, 2020.

In this video, Greg talks about what is changing now, such as:

  • The impact of the New Jersey court decision on New York claims;
  • How to challenge jurisdiction in Medical Provider Claims in New Jersey;
  • What carriers and insureds can do about New Jersey fee disputes;
  • What New York claims are going to be impacted.

About the Host, Greg Lois

Gregory Lois represents employers, self-insured companies, third party administrators, and insurance carriers in workers’ compensation matters. Greg has served as lead attorney on more than 100 trials involving workplace discrimination, workers’ compensation, and civil claims.

About the New York Workers’ Compensation Webinar Series

The New York presentations are offered every month on the THIRD MONDAY in two sessions: 12:00 PM EST and 3:00 PM EST.  The course outlines and materials presented are the same in both sessions – the only difference is the time. Register here:

12:00 EST Session    3:00 EST Session

Archive of prior presentations is here

Upcoming Webinars on New York Workers’ Compensation

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These webinars are also available as a podcast on iTunes.


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