A.J. Wachna represented an insurer being sued by its insured for failing to provide accident benefits.
The insured presented evidence attempting to establish he was entitled to benefits, and that our client’s request for insurer’s examinations did not include the requisite “medical reasons”, and therefore he did not need to attend the examinations.
A.J. was able to prove that his client’s request did include the requisite “medical reasons”, and that the insured’s failure to attend the examinations barred his action.
The court preferred our evidence and dismissed the Plaintiff’s claim.
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