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 at the 2021 AAJ Annual Convention

We are proud to announce MASSIVE’s continued support of AAJ for the upcoming 2021 AAJ Annual Convention July 12-15 at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. We are excited to be a sponsor for the Incoming President Party. This is sure to be one of the many highlights at AAJ’s first in-person convention in 17 months!…

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MASSIVE’s Experts Reduce ERISA Lien by over $300,000

A 70-year-old Michigan man thrown from a horse suffered multiple fractures requiring emergency surgery and led to a $592,000 ERISA lien. During that surgery, the plaintiff aspirated during anesthesia induction and died. The ERISA lien contained very strong subrogation rights pursuant to the plan document and the federal statute.   The $592,000 lien was too…

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MASSIVE Reduces Self-Funded ERISA Lien by over $240,000

MASSIVE was determined to significantly reduce a medical malpractice case involving a birth trauma.   Doctors failed to diagnose fetal distress in a premature birth, which led the baby to have severe brain damage. The lienholder was a self-funded ERISA plan and the law firm had trouble getting anywhere with an uncooperative representative of the lienholder.  …

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ERISA and its Impact on You

By Marcy Spitz, Esq.   Most practitioners see the acronym ERISA and roll their eyes knowing there is more to do. Do not despair. ERISA notices are workable, here is what you need to know. As a personal injury attorney, you are aware that when your client treats for their injury, they most likely are…

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MASSIVE Reduces Malpractice Victim’s ERISA Lien to Zero

MASSIVE stepped in to resolve a lien after a cancer misdiagnosis lead to confusion regarding the preexisting need for treatment. A Michigan plaintiff was told she had one type of cancer, received treatment for it, then was informed that she had been misdiagnosed with another type of cancer. The plaintiff began the correct form of…

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JOIN US FOR A LIEN RESOLUTION BASICS WEBINAR TOMORROW

lien resolution basics

Only a few seats left! Our expert attorneys will cover what you need to know to resolve your clients’ healthcare liens and speed disbursements. You don’t want to miss the valuable information we will be sharing regarding Medicare, Medicaid, Private Insurance and ERISA liens. We hope you will join us!   Lien Basics 101 Free…

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