Synergy Adds Executive Leadership Team Members

Synergy Makes Key Additions to its Executive Leadership Team

ORLANDO, Fla. (June 3, 2019) — Synergy Settlement Services announces two important key additions to its executive leadership team.  Teresa Kenyon, Esq. joins Synergy as Director of Lien Resolution and will head up lien resolution operations and Brittany Schott, Esq. takes on the role of Assistant General Counsel and Director of Customer Support.

With Synergy’s rapid expansion across the country comes a need for new dynamic team members to support business growth.  Synergy has opened new offices in Atlanta, southern and northern California, Charlotte, Chicago and Maryland just in the last few months.  Synergy’s CEO, Jason D. Lazarus, Esq, says “adding key team members like Teresa and Brittany to our team gives us more depth and the ability to deliver best in class results in our settlement services operations. They both bring vast experience in the settlement services market to Synergy’s already industry leading team.”

About Teresa Kenyon, Esq.:

Teresa Kenyon is a California and Kentucky licensed attorney. Prior to joining Synergy, Teresa spent almost eight years with one of the largest insurance claims recovery companies in the industry where she managed subrogation operations and served as in-house counsel. Teresa represented the nation’s top health insurance carriers including Aetna, Blue Shield and Health Net. She has extensive knowledge of federal laws pertaining to health care subrogation including the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), Federal Employees Health Benefits Act (FEHBA), and Medicare Secondary Payer Act (MSP) as well as state laws nationwide.

As director of Lien Resolution Services for Synergy Settlement Services, Teresa and her team provide invaluable assistance to plaintiff attorneys by handling all types of health liens and bringing them to swift resolution.

About Brittany Schott, Esq.:

Brittany Schott is the Assistant General Counsel and Director of Customer Support for Synergy. Prior to joining Synergy, Brittany spent six years with one of the largest insurance claims recovery companies in the industry. She managed subrogation operations and served as in-house counsel for the company’s satellite operating center.  Brittany represented the nation’s top health insurers including Aetna and Blue Cross and Blue Shield. Brittany has extensive knowledge of federal laws pertaining to health care subrogation including the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), Federal Employees Health Benefits Act (FEHBA), and Medicare Secondary Payer Act (MSP).

Brittany and her team provide plaintiff attorneys with initial consultations regarding lien resolution and Medicare Secondary Payer Compliance services, client onboarding and implementation, and ongoing customer support.

Synergy allows trial lawyers to focus on what they do best by handling the difficult issues at settlement such as lien resolution, Medicare Secondary Payer Compliance, public benefit preservation, settlement planning and tax deferral of contingent legal fees. Our multi-dimensional approach is powerful and cost effective, enabling plaintiff law firms to focus on cases while trusting us to deliver strong results to their clients. 

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