It is very common following an automobile accident for a treating health care provider to prescribe one or more of the following medical devices to aid in a patient’s recovery, either pre or post-surgery and sometimes both. We have represented OP companies for bills wrongly denied by No-Fault Insurers for the following Durable Medical Equipment(DME).

  • Custom Knee Bracing
  • Custom Elbow Bracing
  • Custom Sports Bracing
  • Ankle, Foot Orthotics (AFO)
  • Knee, Ankle, Foot Orthotics (KAFO)
  • Hip, Knee, Ankle, Foot Orthotics (HKAFO)
  • Foot Orthotics
  • CPM and Cryocuff
  • Upper Extremity Bracing
  • Lower Extremity Bracing
  • LSO/TLSO

As an orthotic & prosthetic equipment provider, it is your objective to provide the highest level of care to treat your patients. No-fault insurance companies are extremely difficult to deal with and make receiving payments almost impossible. They will look for any angle to deny a claim, many times for claims lawfully owed to you. Many orthotic & prosthetic equipment providers are not aware that payment for their services is protected under NYS No-Fault Insurance Law.

Let the attorneys and paralegals at TonaLaw will deal with the insurance companies while you run your business! Our services save you time and money! There are no risk or upfront payments, TonaLaw is a no-fee law firm, all of our fees are fixed by statute and paid for by the insurance companies. If we don’t win, you don’t pay, it’s that simple.

Our No-Fault Process

We will inform you of the legal rights and remedies available to orthotic & prosthetic equipment providers available under New York State Insurance Law. We aim to make the no-fault collection process as effortless as possible, closing most cases in 210 days or less. In some instances, clients will begin receiving no-fault payments in as little as 30 days from the initial file date. In order to begin processing claims, we will need the following documents:

No-Fault Checklist

  1. Assignment of benefits
  2. Outstanding bills, a billing ledger and proof of mailing if available
  3. Corresponding denials
  4. All medical records, reports, notes, and exams you have on the patient pertaining to the date of the accident
  5. A letter of medical necessity for treatment and/or a rebuttal letter to the peer review/ IME (optional but recommended)

About the Firm

TonaLaw will represent your business aggressively, with the utmost integrity. Our firm has a track record of success, collecting millions of dollars in no-fault receivables for healthcare providers since 2001. In addition to serving hundreds of healthcare providers, our Suffolk County Law Office successfully closes 2,500 + no-fault cases each year. TonaLaw serves orthotic & prosthetic equipment providers throughout the state of New York from our main office in Suffolk County in St. James, NY.