Law Office of Richard M. Kenny Makes News for Helping Client
Thursday, April 07, 2011 Law Office of Richard M. Kenny Makes News for Helping Client
by Richard Kenny, Law Office of Richard M. Kenny
Updated on: 4/7/2011
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Richard Kenny, who is a Attorney for Law Office of Richard M. Kenny, sent out a press release on Thursday, April 07, 2011 to announce: "Law Office of Richard M. Kenny Makes News for Helping Client"
According to Richard Kenny, new York attorney Richard M. Kenny was recently interviewed on "Help Me, Howard", a WPIX news program. This report featured one of the firm's clients who is having difficulty recovering compensation for his injuries.
Law Office of Richard M. Kenny is located at 777 3rd Avenue, Floor 35, New York, New York, United States 10017. Richard Kenny can be contacted by phone at 212-421-0300 for more information.
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Attorney Richard M. Kenny was recently interviewed on "Help Me, Howard", a WPIX news program. This report featured one of the firm's clients who is having difficulty recovering compensation for his injuries.
Attorney Kenny is representing John Meagher, 24, who was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident last October. Meagher was on the way to work when he was hit head-on by an oncoming vehicle. As a result of the crash, Meagher fractured the T-4 and T-5 vertebrae. This has left him paralyzed from the chest down.
These injuries have left Meagher needing costly medical care for the rest of his life. The driver who collided with Meagher had an insurance policy that provided for $500,000 worth of coverage. Before he is allowed to receive any of that money, his insurers are requiring that he sign it all over to them first.
With mounting medical bills, Meagher currently receives $1,000 a month from his insurance company. Basically, Meagher's insurer is forcing him to sign over his rights to all compensation from the other driver under a provision in his health insurance policy, which lists his insurers as third-party beneficiaries.
As attorney Kenny explains, if Meagher agrees to the insurance company's subrogation request, the company is under no obligation to give any of the $500,000 to Meagher for his continuing care. They could simply pocket the money, leaving him with nothing.
Kenny, who is providing his services pro bono, has proposed setting aside half of the money for repayment of Meagher's medical bills, with the remaining half being put into a trust for the costs of the life-long medical care that Meagher will need.
For more information about Meagher's story, please visit his website at http://johnmeagherspecialneedstrust.com/.
Richard M. Kenny is an experienced New York attorney, committed to helping those who have been injured due to the negligence of others.
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