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The Consequences of Ignoring Medicare Advantage Liens

Attorneys are individually liable to Medicare if they receive a settlement or payment on behalf of a Medicare beneficiary. US v. Harris, 2009 US Dist. LEXIS 23956 (N.D. W. Va....
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Utah State Bar Opinion Allows Outsourcing Lien Resolution Cost to Plaintiffs

Did you know that your law firm doesn’t have to pay for a lien resolution service? According to the Utah State Bar (among others), a lien resolution service may be...
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Misconceptions: It’s Not a Valid Lien Unless They Put Me on Notice

Misconceptions: It’s Not a Valid “Lien” Unless They Put Me on Notice The most troubling “liens” are the ones that come up unexpected.  But why do liens come up without...
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ERISA, ERISA, ERISA!

In lien resolution (or subrogation, or reimbursement) ERISA means nothing.  Let’s get that out of the way.  Health plans can scream “ERISA!” at the top of their lungs.  It still...
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Lien vs. Subrogation – A Primer

Most people don’t know the difference between a lien, subrogation rights, and rights of reimbursement. Those who do know the difference often don’t care. For instance, even our industry refers...
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Massive Launches New Lien Resolution Website

Massive is pleased to announce the launch of our new website! Completely redesigned and updated, the new website offers all the information plaintiff attorneys need regarding lien resolution. Please check out...
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