Private Liens Significantly Reduced for Michigan Plaintiff

MASSIVE reduced two large private insurance liens totaling $519,785 down to $15,000 for a Michigan plaintiff. This was a medical malpractice case that resulted in a 44-year-old man having all his limbs amputated due to the negligence of his treating doctors.   MASSIVE worked aggressively to get the claims reduced significantly due to the injuries…

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MASSIVE Announces Scholarship Partnership with WILG for 2022

SOUTHFIELD, MI, May 10, 2022    MASSIVE: Medical and Subrogation Specialists are sponsoring scholarships for two attorneys to join the Workers’ Injury Law & Advocacy Group (WILG) association and attend the WILG Annual Convention in September.     Each scholarship includes one regular membership and registration to attend the convention (including travel expenses).    “MASSIVE is…

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MASSIVE’s Dedication Results in Reduction of ERISA Lien

A 55-year-old California plaintiff was involved in a motor vehicle accident, which resulted in back injuries. The self-funded ERISA plan refused to reduce the lien due to the strong plan language and the fact that there was plenty of money in the settlement to pay the lien.   MASSIVE’s experts aggressively negotiated with the lienholder…

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MASSIVE Partners with WILG for Scholarship Program

MASSIVE is sponsoring scholarships for two attorneys to join the Workers’ Injury Law & Advocacy Group (WILG) association and attend the WILG Annual Convention in September. Each scholarship includes one regular membership and registration to attend the convention (including travel expenses).   The WILG Scholarship Committee will select the winners and they will be announced…

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CMS Guidance on WCMSA’s Section 4.3

We like to remind the legal industry that Medicare Set-Asides (“MSAs”) don’t exist under the law. They’re a very good idea considering the consequences to a claimant or plaintiff of not having an MSA.   Remember that CMS’s recent update to the WCMSA User Guide has a new section 4.3 with CMS warning us of…

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ACAM 2022 Annual Meeting

MASSIVE is pleased to sponsor and contribute to the Academy of Court-Appointed Masters (ACAM) 2022 Annual Meeting. ACAM is a national organization dedicated to advancing the special master profession and supporting the administration of justice. This year’s meeting is being held in Atlanta, Georgia from May 4-6.   MASSIVE is the expert when it comes…

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What Happens After a Mass Tort Case Settles?

Mass Tort cases are complex. In fact, the post-settlement process for certain Mass Torts can take two or three years even without an appeal. What must happen in that time period?   First, more individuals might join the pool of claimants. Then, each claimant (or, more likely, their attorney) must prove up the claim and…

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MASSIVE Completely Resolves Medicare Lien for Connecticut Plaintiff

A Connecticut man received a delayed diagnosis of parotid cancer. This is an aggressive form of cancer and can be terminal. However, if caught early, life expectancy can be prolonged with early intervention.   MASSIVE’s experts established that the treatment on his lien was medically necessary for the plaintiff’s cancer care and would have occurred…

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