Tuesday, October 17, 2006


Your humble affirmant is currently knee-deep (quite literally, were you to see my office) entrenched in the ever-ongoing litigation between various no-fault insurance carriers and the medical facilities purportedly owned by Dr. Robert Scott Schepp, M.D.: Deajess Medical Imaging, P.C., Boston Post Road Medical Imaging, P.C., and Preferred Medical Imaging, P.C. As noted recently on this blog in "Carothers, Part CLXXXVI," those 3 Schepp facilities eventually became Andrew Carothers, M.D., P.C. The Schepp facilities have recently filed suit against approximately 25 insurance carriers seeking a declaration that, inter alia, they were and are in compliance with the "Business Corporate Law" [sic] and thus entitled to no-fault reimbursement. The suit is Deajess Medical Imaging, P.C., et al., v. AIG Insurance Company, et al. (Sup. Ct., Nassau Cty., Index No. 013569/06). The action is related to a previously-commenced Nassau Cty. action, AIU v. Deajess, which is described in the prior post here concerning Carothers.

Anyway, I say all of this in apology for the lack of substantial updates thus far this week. The irony is not lost on me that I am unable to make posts of any value while holed up at my computer, yet am able to do so when engaging in a more vigorous schedule of appearances.

Your condolences for my plight will be accepted by PayPal, etc. ;)

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