Tag Archives: medicare

Liability Medicare Set-Asides: Where are we Today?

November 12, 2020 By: Rasa Fumagalli, JD, MSCC, CMSP-F The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has been slow in providing detailed guidance in the area of liability settlements that include compensation for future medicals. To date, the guidance consists of the May 2011 CMS Stalcup memo and the September 2011 CMS memo regarding…

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The Unregulated New Frontier of Medicare Set-Asides

September 29, 2020 Excerpt from The Art of Settlement Consider this scenario: you represent a current Medicare beneficiary in a third-party liability case. As part of the workup of the case, you determine the client will need future medical care related to the injuries suffered, and you settle the case. Since the client is a…

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United States of America vs. Carrigan & Anderson, PLLC

April 29, 2020 United States of America vs. Carrigan & Anderson, PLLC, Stephen P. Carrigan:  U.S. Attorney brings suit against personal injury lawyer and his firm over failing to pay back Medicare for conditional payments By Jason D. Lazarus, J.D., LL.M., MSCC, CSSC In yet another example of Medicare compliance-related issues, a Houston law firm…

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