3 Reasons to Outsource Lien Resolution Services

When it comes to pre/post settlement lien verification and resolution issues, there are many cases where outsourcing lien resolution services is preferable to handling this oftentimes daunting task on your own. If you aren’t experienced with lien resolution or lack contacts in key agencies that can help you proceed through the resolution process efficiently, consulting the lien resolution experts at Synergy Settlements is one way you can ensure that your client is best served.

There are many reasons for outsourcing your lien resolution services, but the goal is generally the same—to save you money and ensure that your client is satisfied with the quality of the services you are providing.

Minimize Your Operation Costs

The first and most obvious reason to outsource lien resolution services is that you can effectively minimize your law firm’s operating costs. Lien resolution can be time-consuming and costly. It requires your legal staff to dedicate a significant amount of time to the post-settlement lien resolution functions which often leads to a loss on your bottom line. When you work with a lien resolution services provider like Synergy Settlements, you decrease costs and elevate efficiency. Our staff is intimately familiar with the lien resolution process and can help your law firm serve its clients more effectively.

However, that’s not the only way your law firm can reduce costs by outsourcing. You can also pass the cost directly to the client to avoid this cost entirely. The client would then be responsible for the cost of retaining these services. As an attorney, your attention should be devoted to juggling the various aspects of your clients’ cases, not attempting to navigate the bureaucratic red tape of government agencies.

Expert Partnerships

Additionally, when you outsource your lien resolution services, you stand a better chance of reaching a favorable outcome since you are partnering with an expert. Attorneys are often caught off-guard by the latest rules and procedures related to health plan liens and don’t possess knowledge of the arguments necessary to contend with this type of lien dispute in court.

Impress Your Clients

Like any business, if you want to be successful, you need to impress your clients. If you handle a client’s case tactfully but botch their lien resolution, you will be viewed as a failure. Clients do not want to wait months or longer to finally resolve their outstanding liens. Typically, this will make them feel frustrated. A frustrated client is unlikely to promote your business to their friends and colleagues and in some cases, this can lead to a negative perception of your law firm. A poor reputation can stifle business and curtail your success in the future.

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Disclaimer: The information contained in this article is for general educational information only. This information does not constitute legal advice, is not intended to constitute legal advice, nor should it be relied upon as legal advice for your specific factual pattern or situation.

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