Brain Clinic Appears Closed
The New York Institute for Brain Injury closed down late in the month of April because the business owes over $100,000 in loan payments to JCIDA. The business is located at 410 State Street in Carthage, New York. The Jefferson County Industrial Development Agency provided the brain clinic with a loan and they are now at least $105,000 in debt to JCIDA in loan payments. The clinic’s lights were off and its doors were locked as well when patients arrived at the building on April 28th for treatment. The loan was granted by JCIDA for the sale and renovation of the building located on State Street in Carthage. The clinic opened its doors in March to clients but no one actually knows if any clients were treated within the clinic before it locked its doors because of the financial problems.
The clinic has sent in four monthly payments to make good on the loan but have missed at least one month’s worth of payments on the loan. The clinic supposedly treats patients with post acute care rehabilitation for traumatic brain injuries. The cost to renovate the building was to surpass $695,000 once the project was complete. Traumatic brain injuries occur quite often across the state of New York and are the result of motor vehicle accidents, slips and falls, assaults, gunshot wounds and other accidents that include the head of the victim. If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury or head trauma as a result of someone else’s negligence, contact the law firm of Kleinick Law for expert legal counsel regarding your case today.