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$27 Million Collected for Pain & Spine Cases

Shaw Kreizer sought payment for PIP medical benefits on behalf of a pain management physicians, spine surgeons, orthopedic doctors, ambulatory care facilities and hospitals. The insurance carriers denied payment for services based on various denials such as, medical necessity, causation, failure to cooperate, eligibility, coding, billing rates, coverage and misrepresentation. With a recovery rate of over ninety two percent (92%+) Shaw Kreizer prevailed over the carriers’ non-payments and collected benefits for clients. No-Fault insurance carriers either agreed to settle or lost at arbitration paying Shaw Kreizer’s pain and spine medical providers over 27 million dollars ($27,000,000.00).

$12.2 Million Settlement to Civil Rights Victim

Plaintiff’s attorney David Kreizer, along with co-counsel, secured a $41 million dollar landmark settlement in a civil rights claim against the City of New York. The sensational case became known as the “Central Park Five,” which polarized New York along racial lines. David’s client, Korey Wise, was wrongfully convicted, along with four others, of raping and attempting to murder a 28-year old Wall Street investment banker jogging through Central Park. Mr. Wise, who was 16 years old at the time of the charge, served over 13 years in a maximum-security prison being being exonerated. The agreement between the City resulted in a $12.25 million recovery for David’s client.

$6.8 Million Collected for Chiropractic, Physical Therapy and Conservative Care

Shaw Kreizer sought payment for PIP medical benefits on behalf of chiropractors, physical therapists, acupuncturists, pharmacy groups, DME suppliers and conservative care providers. The insurance carriers denied payment for services based on various denials such as medical necessity, causation, failure to cooperate, eligibility, coding, billing and coverage. Shaw Kreizer aggressively pursued PIP payments and prevailed over the carriers’ non-payments and collected benefits in thousands of claims. No-Fault insurance carriers either settled or lost at arbitration paying Shaw Kreizer’s conservative care providers over 6.8 million dollars ($6,800,000.00).

$4.2 Million Collected for Diagnostic Services

Shaw Kreizer sought payment for PIP medical benefits on behalf of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) centers, Electromyography (EMG) testing groups and physicians, Computerized Tomography (CT Scans), X-ray and Post-Discography testing. The insurance carriers denied payment for services based on various denials such as, medical necessity, causation, failure to cooperate, eligibility, coding, billing, coverage and misrepresentation. Shaw Kreizer prevailed over the carriers’ non-payments and collected benefits for clients. No-Fault insurance carriers either agreed to settle or lost at arbitration paying Shaw Kreizer’s radiology and testing providers over 4.2 million dollars ($4,200,000.00).

$2.6 Million Settlement for Construction Accident

Shaw Kreizer’s client (“H.S.”) was injured when he slipped and fell on a construction site, causing H.S. to injure his shoulder, knee and back. H.S. underwent a course of conservative care that did not resolve his injuries. Ultimately, he required surgery. Plaintiff’s attorney David Kreizer alleged that Defendant General Contractor negligently left debris at the work place and failed to keep the premises in a safe condition.

$1.2 Million Settlement to Civil Rights Victim

Shaw Kreizer represented the Estate of R.W., in a wrongful death action against the City of Paterson. Two Paterson auxiliary police officers, who had no authority to make traffic stops or arrests, gave unauthorized chase to R.W. who was riding a motorcycle. As a result, an accident occurred causing R.W.’s death. Both officers fled the scene of the accident and were later convicted of official misconduct. Plaintiff’s attorney David Kreizer alleged that Defendant was responsible causing the accident and violated R.W.’s civil rights. The City disbanded their auxiliary policy program and David Kreizer obtained a $1,200,000.00 settlement on behalf of R.W.’s Estate.

$400,000 Settlement to Fall Victim

Shaw Kreizer’s client (“P.L.”) slipped on a wet surface exiting a New Jersey train, causing P.L. to rupture his quadriceps tendon. P.L. was scheduled for surgery within days of the slip and fall, but because P.L. was weight-bearing only on one side, P.L.’s other quadriceps tore. After surgery, P.L. had a long recovery including in-patient physical therapy and home therapy. Through the use of Attorney’s David Kreizer’s expert, Shaw Kreizer was able to establish the safety standards for a moving train. Plaintiff’s attorney David Kreizer alleged that Defendant knew or should have known about this dangerous condition and neglected to make the appropriate action. Shaw Kreizer obtained a $400,000.00 settlement on behalf of P.L.

$400,000 Settlement to Fall Victim

Shaw Kreizer’s client (“B.M.”) slipped off a ladder at a catering hall, causing B.M. to injure his cervical spine. Plaintiff’s attorney David Kreizer alleged that Defendant knew or should have known about this dangerous condition and neglected to protect B.M from injury. Shaw Kreizer obtained a $400,000.00 settlement on behalf of B.M.

$350,000 Settlement for New Jersey Negligence Injury Victim

P.C. was involved in an accident while waiting for his vehicle at a car wash. P.C. was recovering from lumbar fusion surgery and was hit by unmanned car traveling off the car wash line, causing a serious aggravation to P.C.’s lumbar condition. The injury from the accident required revision lumbar surgery. Plaintiff’s attorney David Kreizer alleged that Defendant was negligent and caused the accident. Attorney Kreizer obtained a $350,000.00 settlement on behalf of P.C. during litigation.

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