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Amy S. Wiedmann

Partner

Amy S. Wiedmann focuses her practice in investigating and litigating insurance fraud involving healthcare and property claims in no-fault, bodily injury, uninsured motorist and subrogation matters.  As a member of the Firm’s Insurance Fraud Practice Group, Amy regularly represents national and regional insurers in fighting fraud in the healthcare and automobile industries in actions to recover payments to physicians, medical clinics, attorneys, public adjusters, and others as part of complex, large-scale insurance fraud and kickback schemes in federal and state litigation, arbitration and mediation.

In addition, Amy counsels automobile and property insurers on claims-handling practices and investigation techniques, and works closely with her clients to develop fraud prevention, detection, and recovery plans.  Amy has created no-fault manuals and has administered no-fault training workshops for her various clients, and has defended insurers before the N.Y. Department of Financial Services against complaints challenging her clients’ claim-handling practices.

Amy’s has also defended clients against numerous employment discrimination, harassment, and retaliation claims in federal court and before the EEOC, and has counseled special districts with regard to numerous legal issues.

A member of the Board of the Rivkin Radler’s Women’s Initative, Amy serves on the Women’s Initiative’s Business and Professional Development Committee, Philanthropy Committee and Firm Culture Committee.  She is also involved in the Firm’s mentoring initiative, for which she has received accolades.

During Law School, Amy served as a legal intern in the Main Street Legal Services, Inc.’s Battered Women’s Rights Clinic, Workfare Advocacy Project and Courtroom Advocacy Project.  She also interned for New York State Family Court Judge Porzio.

P: (516) 357-3124
F: (516) 357-3333

926 RXR Plaza
Uniondale, NY 11556-0926

Bar Admission

Connecticut

New York

Court Admissions

United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York

Education

City University of New York School of Law, Juris Doctor

Villanova University, B.A.

Amy S. Wiedmann

Partner

Amy S. Wiedmann focuses her practice in investigating and litigating insurance fraud involving healthcare and property claims in no-fault, bodily injury, uninsured motorist and subrogation matters.  As a member of the Firm’s Insurance Fraud Practice Group, Amy regularly represents national and regional insurers in fighting fraud in the healthcare and automobile industries in actions to recover payments to physicians, medical clinics, attorneys, public adjusters, and others as part of complex, large-scale insurance fraud and kickback schemes in federal and state litigation, arbitration and mediation.

In addition, Amy counsels automobile and property insurers on claims-handling practices and investigation techniques, and works closely with her clients to develop fraud prevention, detection, and recovery plans.  Amy has created no-fault manuals and has administered no-fault training workshops for her various clients, and has defended insurers before the N.Y. Department of Financial Services against complaints challenging her clients’ claim-handling practices.

Amy’s has also defended clients against numerous employment discrimination, harassment, and retaliation claims in federal court and before the EEOC, and has counseled special districts with regard to numerous legal issues.

A member of the Board of the Rivkin Radler’s Women’s Initative, Amy serves on the Women’s Initiative’s Business and Professional Development Committee, Philanthropy Committee and Firm Culture Committee.  She is also involved in the Firm’s mentoring initiative, for which she has received accolades.

During Law School, Amy served as a legal intern in the Main Street Legal Services, Inc.’s Battered Women’s Rights Clinic, Workfare Advocacy Project and Courtroom Advocacy Project.  She also interned for New York State Family Court Judge Porzio.

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