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MEET MASSIVE AT THE MAJ’S WORKERS’ COMPENSATION/SOCIAL SECURITY SEMINAR

As a longtime supporter of the Michigan Association for Justice, we are excited to connect with you at The Workers’ Compensation/Social Security Seminar this Friday!  If you didn't get a...

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CMS Recovery Thresholds Create Safe Harbor

CMS has maintained Medicare lien minimum recovery thresholds for the fourth straight year. These minimum settlement amount recovery thresholds essentially create a safe harbor for the smallest of settlements (except...

MASSIVE Gets Smart With New Integration

MASSIVE GETS SMART MASSIVE is excited to announce that we have joined forces with SmartAdvocate as part of our continued efforts to provide our clients with the nation’s highest quality...

Medicaid Liens Reduced by $550,000

Medicaid wanted to take 100% of a quadriplegic plaintiff's settlement. Attorney George Fishback tasked MASSIVE with reducing Medicaid’s two liens. We stepped in and reduced over $550,000.00 of those Medicaid...

MASSIVE’s Lien Resolution Programs = More Money for Your Clients!

MASSIVE successfully reduced a $70,000 lien down to just $100. Our expert attorneys leveraged one of our global lien resolution programs with a large subrogation firm to protect the plaintiff’s...

Obscure Lien Holder Squashed by Equitable Doctrines

MASSIVE has partnered with Cordisco & Saile since 2014, to assist them with their lien resolution needs and allow for the highest amount to end up in their client’s pockets....

Trostle v. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services: Part III

Trostle v. Medicare Part III This is the third and final part in our case study on Trostle v. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. We initially explained the underlying...

Trostle v. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services: Part II

Trostle v. Medicare: Part II Previously, we wrote about and analyzed Trostle v. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Following dismissal for lack of jurisdiction, this Medicare lien litigation continued...

Trostle v. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services: Part I

Trostle v. Medicare Part I What happens when a personal injury attorney skips out on the Medicare lien resolution process that CMS has set out? Apparently CMS sues the attorney....

Our Medicare Relationships Added Thousands to a Client’s Settlement

Shelsby & Leoni has trusted MASSIVE with their medical malpractice cases since 2014. Recently, MASSIVE discovered a deceased plaintiff had two files open with Medicare.   This is a common...

A Guide to Medicare’s New Electronic Payment Function

Medicare has announced it is adding an electronic payment function to its portal starting April 1st. This is an exciting new functionality that can help plaintiff law firms and defense...

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