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Mass Tort Lien Resolution is unique in certain respects and virtually identical to single event lien resolution in others. Understanding the dual nature of Mass Tort Lien Resolution is the key to resolving mass tort liens quickly and effectively. Perhaps the defining characteristic of Mass Tort Lien Resolution is the option to exchange information with…

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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 settlement. When it comes to large scale lien resolution on Mass Tort projects, everyone wants a piece of the pie, often leaving the plaintiffs with…

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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. Recently, our team successfully eliminated a lien by asserting that the private insurance plan did not have the right to recover based on Equitable Doctrines.…

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Medicare vs. Trostle: 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. That’s what happened to a Pennsylvania personal injury law firm, even while they held the total Medicare lien in trust.   Here’s the story –…

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Medicare Lien Resolution

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 mistake, but a complicated one because it stems from plaintiff and defense disagreeing on the injury date.   MASSIVE utilized our close relationships with Medicare…

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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 insurance carriers alike. Medicare’s sixty-day limit to pay will feel just a little bit longer with this immediate pay option. We have compiled a step-by-step…

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Macomb Law Group has trusted MASSIVE with their tough personal injury cases for some time now. Their firm fights for their client’s right to the compensation that they deserve. While Macomb Law Group fights for their client’s in court, the MASSIVE Team makes sure their clients receive as much of their settlement as possible.  …

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Massive: Medical & Subrogation Specialists stands above the rest. Recently, our client found themselves facing a $138,000 ERISA lien for a plaintiff involved in an automobile accident. The lien would surely cripple their settlement so the firm hired Massive for expert guidance.  We were able to determine the insurance plan wrongly asserted it was ERISA.…

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Did you know that Medicare has data on its beneficiaries’ Medicare Advantage Plans, Medicare Supplemental Plans, Medicare Part D Drug Plans, and even Medicaid coverage? Currently, CMS does not provide that additional coverage information to either plaintiffs (and their attorneys) or defendants in the Non-Group Health Plan realm. The Medicare Advocacy Recovery Coalition (“MARC”) is…

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Nearly every trial lawyer association has put out an alert by now: “Ahlborn is back!” “Permanent & Retroactive Ahlborn ‘Fix’” “Ahlborn… Resurrected?!” You get it. We get it. Everybody gets it. Ahlborn, it’s a thing again. But what does that mean for you? First – a quick history. The Ahlborn case involved the plaintiff arguing…

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