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New York No Fault Arbitration Lawyers Munawar & Andrews-Santillo LLP Launches New York No Fault Arbitration Website
Date:11/14/2013

(PRWEB) November 15, 2013

New York No Fault Arbitration Lawyers Munawar and Andrews-Santillo is expanding its online presence with launch of their new website devoted to provide information on New York No Fault Arbitration. The new website,no-fault-arbitration.com, is part of the company’s continuing mission to give customers more resources to help them make informed decisions about No Fault Arbitration.

In addition to providing basic No Fault Arbitration information the website offers a detailed information on different parts of No Fault Arbitration process such as IME (Independent Medical Examination), EUO (Examination Under Oath), Peer Reviews, Denials, Delays, Arbitration Timeline and Appeal Timeline. Adnan Munawar, the founder and partner attorney at Munawar and Andrews-Santillo, says “As experts in No Fault Law we feel obligated to provide information to doctors, medical providers and medical facilities on New York No Fault Arbitration so they can have better understanding of the process and make informed decision to get paid faster for their services.”

The new no fault arbitration website is customized to be viewed clearly on all mobile devices and tablets. A simplified home page has a menu bar at the top for easy navigation to other pages. Additionally the Frequently Asked Questions are displayed right in the center of home page for convenient access to information. A "Search Bar" section on left side of each subpage to search no fault arbitration related needed information quickly. A "Contact Us" page where visitors can fill out a form with any No Fault related questions and lookup our office location for directions.

Munawar and Andrews-Santillo’s No Fault Arbitration website continues to offer a unique online experience to doctors, chiropractors, acupuncturist, MRI facilities, Orthope
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