Keith J. Roberts

Practice Areas

Bar & Court Admissions

  • New Jersey
  • New York


  • New York Law School, J.D., 1993
  • Manhattan College, B.A., 1990
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Keith J. Roberts


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Keith Roberts is certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Civil Trial Attorney.  His practice focuses in the areas of health care law, complex insurance litigation, personal injury, and PIP arbitration.  He concentrates in the prosecution of insurance claim-related lawsuits and arbitrations.  He is a highly experienced insurance litigator and has argued important cases before the trial and appellate courts in New Jersey.  He is counsel to MRI facilities, surgical centers, neurologists, orthopedic surgeons, physiatrists, chiropractic physicians, dentists, oral surgeons and multi-disciplinary facilities.

On behalf of medical providers treating auto accident victims, Keith has successfully prosecuted millions of dollars of medical benefit claims pursuant to the No Fault PIP Arbitration process and is a recognized expert in this practice field.

Keith is one of a select few attorneys to serve on the New Jersey Insurance Commissioner's Technical Advisory Committee on PIP (PIPTAC).  As a result, he has participated in the administrative and statutory reform of New Jersey's No Fault Automobile Insurance System, as well as the No Fault PIP Arbitration process. 

Keith also serves on the Forthright NJ No Fault Advisory Council (formerly the National Arbitration Forum), formed pursuant to statute, to provide advice and counsel on behalf of the user community engaged in the process of PIP dispute resolution with insurance carriers throughout the state. 

Keith serves as moderator/speaker for the annual NJICLE No Fault Insurance (PIP College), a program that he has developed over the past ten years.

Keith has been recognized by New Jersey Super Lawyers for 2017.

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  • The 8th Annual NJ ASC Review (May 4, 2016)
  • "Health Law Fundamentals for Every Attorney," presented by NJICLE (April 6, 2016)
  • "The 1st Annual Fraud & Compliance Forum for Doctors" (January 21, 2016)
  • Speaker, New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education's No-Fault Insurance PIP College (January 18, 2016)
  • "Complex Issues in PIP Law," presented by NJICLE (July 17, 2015)
  • Speaker, New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education's No-Fault Insurance PIP College (January 19, 2015)
  • "Insurance Fraud Litigation," Complex Issues In PIP Law: 2014 Update, presented by NJICLE (August 1, 2014)
  • Speaker, New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education's No-Fault Insurance PIP College (January 20, 2014)
  • "The New PIP Regulations: How They Impact Your Bodily Injury Case," Meadowlands Seminar 2013 (November 15, 2013)
  • "Insurance Fraud Prevention Act & Trends in Insurance Fraud Litigation," Seton Hall (November 1, 2013)
  • "Key Regulatory Developments in Healthcare," presented at the NJSCPA Education Foundation Health Care Conference (September 27, 2013)
  • Speaker, New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education's No-Fault Insurance PIP College (January 21, 2013)
  • "Keys to Handling PIP Cases," presented by NJICLE (August 2, 2013)
  • Becker's ASC Review, "Is Your ASC at Risk of Vicarious Liability in a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit?" (August 2, 2012)
  • "Medical Necessity - Proofs and Preparation for Hearing on Behalf of Respondents," presented at the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education's Handling the PIP Case program (July 20, 2012)
  • Moderator, New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education's No-Fault Insurance PIP College (January 16, 2012)
  • Speaker, New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education's No-Fault Insurance PIP College (January 17, 2011)



  • Health Care Compliance Association
  • The Justice Pashman Bergen County Inn of Court
  • New Jersey Chapter of the American Association for Justice
  • New Jersey State Bar Association (Health and Hospital Law Section)
  • Bergen County Bar Association


BME, BON and DOBI Propose Amendments to Regulations and a New DOBI RuleHealth Law Blog | September 18, 2017

New Rule Proposal for DCA Residential Health Care FacilitiesHealth Law Blog | August 2017

OIG Data Brief Documents Excessive Medicare Part D Opioid PrescriptionsHealth Law Blog | August 2017

DOH Proposed Rule Seeking to Identify and Treat SepsisHealth Law Blog | July 2017

OIG Finds Over $700 Million in Inappropriate Meaningful Use PaymentsHealth Law Blog | July 2017

New Jersey Board of Nursing Adopts Rules Amendment for Dispensing MedicationHealth Law Blog | June 2017

Medicaid Fraud Control Units Recovered Nearly $1.9 Billion in 2016Health Law Blog | June 2017

Amendments to NJCLIAHealth Law Blog | May 2017

Proposed Legislation Would Limit Non-Economic Damages in Certain Medical Malpractice SuitsHealth Law Blog | May 2017

Proposed Legislation Would Limit Non-Economic Damages in Certain Medical Malpractice SuitsHealth Law Blog | May 2017

Aetna Awarded $51.4 Million Against Hospital for Overcharges and KickbacksHealth Law Blog | March 2017

New Jersey Supreme Court to Rule on Insurance Fraud StatuteHealth Law Blog | February 2017

CMS Addresses Backlog in Medicare AppealsHealth Law Blog | February 2017

CMS Finalizes New Medicare Mandatory Bundled Payment ModelsHealth Law Blog | January 2017

CMS Announces New Care Delivery ModelsHealth Law Blog | January 2017

CMS Reopens Hospital Appeals Settlement ProgramHealth Law Blog | December 2016

OIG on the Prowl for Overchargers and OutliersHealth Law Blog | December 2016

Nursing Facility Chain Agrees to $145M DOJ SettlementHealth Law Blog | November 2016

OSHA Offers Protection to WhistleblowersHealth Law Blog | November 2016

Proposal Updating MFCU RulesHealth Law Blog | October 2016

DOJ’s Prime SuspectHealth Law Blog | October 2016

Disclosure of Medical Information is a “Substantial Harm” Under The FTC ActHealth Law Blog | September 2016

OCR Publishes Materials to Assist Covered Entities with New Nondiscrimination RuleHealth Law Blog | August 2016

The Power of Precedent in the Medicare Appeals ProcessHealth Law Blog | August 2016

OMNIA Update – Horizon Scores VictoryHealth Law Blog | July 2016

OCR Guidance for Long-Term Care Facilities in Minimum Data Set Administration of Section QHealth Law Blog | July 2016

EEOC Final Rules Allow Employers to Offer Incentives to Participate in Workplace Wellness ProgramsHealth Law Blog | June 2016

CMS to Modernize Medicaid and CHIP Managed Care RulesHealth Law Blog | June 2016

DOH Proposal to Enhance Cullen Act ReportingHealth Law Blog | May 2016

DOJ Launches FCPA Self-Disclosure Pilot ProgramHealth Law Blog | May 2016

FTC Provides Guidance for Mobile Health App DevelopersHealth Law Blog | May 2016

CDC Issues New Guidelines for Prescribing Pain KillersHealth Law Blog | April 2016

Dentists Are Permitted to Advertise Non-ADA Recognized Specialties in TexasHealth Law Blog | March 2016

White House Launches Cybersecurity and Privacy InitiativesHealth Law Blog | March 2016

New York Aides Demand Payment for 24-Hour ShiftsHealth Law Blog | January 2016

OIG Issues Advisory Opinion Regarding Free Transportation ServicesHealth Law Blog | December 2015

NJ Legislature Considering Revived Out-Of-Network Law To Prevent “Surprise Bills”Health Law Blog | December 2015

DOL Rule Expands Minimum Wage and OT Compensation to Home Care WorkersHealth Law Blog | November 2015

Third Circuit Rules in Favor of Provider Right to Sue Insurer under ERISAHealth Law Blog | October 2015

New OIG Advisory Opinion on Free Introductory Visits by Home Health ProvidersHealth Law Blog | September 2015

CMS Announces Final Payment Rules for Hospices, Inpatient Rehabilitation and Psychiatric Facilities and HospitalsHealth Law Blog | September 2015

CMS Issues Proposed Rule on the Home Health Prospective Payment SystemHealth Law Blog | August 2015

CMS and AMA Attempt to Ease Transition to ICD-10Health Law Blog | August 2015

Supreme Court Resolves Timing Issues Under False Claims ActHealth Law Blog | July 2015

OSHA and NIOSH Roll Out Hospital Respiratory Protection ToolkitHealth Law Blog | July 2015

PHYSICIANS BEWARE: OIG Fraud Alert Puts Doctors on Notice Regarding Pitfalls of Medical Directorship and Other Payment ArrangementsHealth Law Blog | June 10, 2015

Proposed House Bill Would Prohibit Adoption of ICD-10 CodesHealth Law Blog | June 2015

Telemedicine Company Sues Texas Medical BoardHealth Law Blog | June 2015

NJ Doctor Wins Significant Victory in United States Supreme CourtHealth Law Blog | June 25, 2013

Healthcare Integrity and Protection Data Bank MergesHealth Law Blog | May 15, 2013

Four More State Health Insurance ExchangesHealth Law Blog | April 1, 2013

Department of Insurance Standard Pre-Authorization Request FormHealth Law Blog | March 26, 2013

New Medical Liability Insurance BillHealth Law Blog | March 22, 2013

Committee Reports Favorably on Bill Allowing Psychologists to Prescribe MedicationHealth Law Blog | January 25, 2013

Proposed Medicaid Rules ReleasedHealth Law Blog | December 24, 2012

Essential Health Benefits and Insurance ExchangesHealth Law Blog | December 7, 2012

Emergency Physician Group Held Vicariously LiableHealth Law Blog | November 20, 2012

Advisory Opinion Regarding Free Hearing TestsHealth Law Blog | November 19, 2012

Balance Billing of Workers Compensation Claims TargetedHealth Law Blog | October 24, 2012

Hospital Readmission Payment ReductionHealth Law Blog | October 5, 2012

DCA Proposes Two RulesHealth Law Blog | September 21, 2012

Governor Conditionally Vetoes Hospital Transparency BillHealth Law Blog | September 14, 2012

CMS Solicits Comments on Proposed “Future Medicals” ProgramHealth Law Blog | July 17, 2012

Strike Force Take-Down UnparalleledHealth Law Blog | June 21, 2012

House Calls to Pharmacy ProtocolsHealth Law Blog | April 26, 2012

Federal Court Allows One Antitrust Claim Against Virtua Health and the University of Pennsylvania Health System to Move Forward, Dismisses AnotherHealth Law Blog | February 21, 2012

Bill Requiring Surgical Practices to be Licensed by the NJDHSS as ACFs Passed Both HousesHealth Law Blog | January 27, 2012