A six-person jury in a court that normally hears cases worth $25,000 or less has rejected $23 million in claims against 50 insurance companies from a doctor who claimed to own a professional corporation that performed MRIs for no-fault accident victims.

No other case involving no-fault claims has “ever been remotely near” the $23 million figure, John E. McCormack, who was the lead counsel for the insurance companies in the unusual Staten Island Civil Court trial, said in an interview.

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