Do you bill insurance companies for the treatment of patients injured in auto accidents? Did you know you are a fraud? Inventing Fraud for Profit In the 1990’s, global consulting giant McKinsey & Company revolutionized the way auto insurance companies [ Read More ]
The Legal Intelligencer May 26, 2017 A Monroe County judge has ruled that a driver with an insuanrace policy covering four cars is intitled to $400,000 in stacked uninsured/underinsured motorist benefits because he did not sign new waivers when [ Read More ]
By Y. Peter Kang Law360, Los Angeles (May 16, 2017, 9:28 PM EDT) Attorneys for medical malpractice plaintiffs who win a jury or bench verdict can steel themselves for a likely appeal by being acutely aware of disputes over [ Read More ]
Law360, Los Angeles (May 9, 2017, 8:39 PM EDT) A Pennsylvania federal judge on Monday declined to disturb a $625,000 jury award in a suit accusing a doctor of performing an unnecessary surgery to remove a noncancerous mass that turned [ Read More ]
Tony Baratta is a Volunteer and Board Member of the Philadelphia VIP, a non-profit that offers pro-bono legal services for residents of Philadelphia. Here is a story that was recently published in the Philadelphia VIP newsletter. Tonia’s Story – Preventing [ Read More ]
Fox News April 29, 2017 Baratta, Russell & Baratta’s Courtney Zeuner participated in Covenant House Pennsylvania’s 1st Annual Sleep Out : Women Unite. On April 28, 2017, Covenant House Pennsylvania hosted the first annual Sleep Out: Women Unite. At this inaugural event, 45 [ Read More ]
Pa. Fed. Jury Awards Couple $625K Over Needless Surgery By Y. Peter Kang Law360, Los Angeles (March 21, 2017, 6:15 PM EDT) A Pennsylvania federal jury awarded a New Jersey couple $625,000 in a medical malpractice suit accusing a doctor [ Read More ]
On Friday March 17th, a Jury returned a verdict for our client vs. Tuan Le, M.D. et al., awarding $625,000 in damages.
A fraud action brought by State Farm Mutual Insurance Company against a pair of medical providers and their employees has been dismissed in federal court, with the plaintiffs given leave to amend their complaint.