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David M. Barshay David M. Barshay

No-Fault medical claims are generally paid in accordance with the New York Worker’s Compensation Fee Schedule. See Ins. Law §5108; 11 NYCRR 68.1. In the addition to the general Fee Schedule, there are separate Fee Schedules for chiropractors, podiatrists, dentists and psychologists. “If a fee schedule has been adopted for a licensed health provider, the fee for services provided shall be the fee adopted or established for that licensed health provider …” 11 NYCRR 68.1(b)(3).

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