New York, New York–September 20, 2018–Upon hearing oral argument from Fensterstock, P.C., representing Plaintiff against Defendant Doctor David A. Greuner, the Honorable Justice Shlomo Hagler of New York County Supreme Court granted Plaintiff’s motion for sanctions due to spoliation of Plaintiff’s medical records. The decision was made immediately from the bench.
This case involves alleged fraudulent acts by Dr. Greuner, whereby Dr. Greuner allegedly prescribed, sold, and administered hundreds of injectable opioids (e.g., Demerol) to the Plaintiff, allegedly in exchange for cash, checks, credit cards, jewelry, first-class plane ticket upgrades, joy rides in Plaintiff’s car to the Hamptons, clothing, and designer handbags, under the guise of “medical treatment.” Dr. Greuner also allegedly sent his girlfriend, whom he allegedly represented was a registered nurse when she was not, to deliver the injectibles when it became too inconvenient for Dr. Gruener to do so. Plaintiff has sued Dr. Greuner for fraud, seeking damages, including punitive damages for his alleged misconduct.
This case is set to proceed to a jury trial.
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