What Gives Health Care Plans The Right To Recover?
January 12, 2023
Dealing with medical liens is the dreaded case after the case for most personal injury attorneys. As a personal injury attorney, you’ve worked hard to prove the tortfeasor has liability for the damages incurred …
Personal Injury Attorney May Be Sued by ERISA Plan for Funds in Attorney’s Possession
September 8, 2022
Kevin James, Esq.
Who can be a defendant in an action brought under Section 502(a)(3) of ERISA?
ERISA self-funded plans are becoming more and more aggressive about asserting their reimbursement rights when one of their members has …
The Economics Behind the Highest Paying Structured Settlements
September 30, 2021
Josh Pettingill, MBA, MS, MSCC
All structured settlements are not created equal. There is a strong possibility you are leaving money on the table for your client with your existing settlement consultant or worse, relying on the …
Liability Medicare Set-Asides (LMSAs): Insurance Policy for All
March 12, 2020
B. Josh Pettingill
This article highlights why a Medicare Set-Aside (MSA) should be viewed by all settlement parties as an insurance policy – nothing more, nothing less. Medicare Secondary Payer Compliance is not a scare tactic, nor …