SUBROGATION: Real Problems, Real Solutions (for Maximizing Your Client's Net Recovery and Getting Paid)

Published by Washington State Association for Justice


Summary

SUBROGATION: Real Problems, Real Solutions
(for Maximizing Your Client's Net Recovery and Getting Paid)
Chairpersons: Maria Diamond & Bill Robison
Recorded Wednesday, March 25, 2015
6.0 CLE Credits Approved (includes 0.5 Ethics/Professionalism)
Washington State Convention Center, Seattle
WSBA ID# 399604

Introduction
Maria Diamond, Seminar Chairperson, Seattle
Bill Robison, Seminar Chairperson, Vancouver
Topic 1 Does ERISA Truly Apply? How to Find Out if Your Client's Health Plan Is Exempt.
Lisa Benedetti, Seattle
Topic 2 If ERISA Applies, What Do You Do in a Post-McCutcheon World?
Mike Maxwell, Bellevue
Topic 3 Defeating Subrogation Claims: Revisiting Proof of Full Compensation.
Richard Platte, Bellingham
Topic 4 Demystifying Washington Subrogation Cases, Understanding the Interplay: Matusyk, Hamm, Winters, Sherry, Truong & Tripp.
Shelly Speir, Tacoma
Topic 5 If You Pay the Lien, Does Your Client Owe the Balance?
John Webber, Seattle
Topic 6 MultiCare - Rohlke Liens, Avectus, and Other Bad Acts.
Darrell Cochran, Tacoma
Topic 7 Worker's Compensation Liens: Tobinizing the Settlement.
Kathleen Kindred Keenan, Seattle
Topic 8 DSHS/Medicaid: Making the Most of Ahlborn.
Josh Brothers, Seattle
Topic 9 Medicare: Taming the Monster.
Robert Bohm, Federal Way Topic 10 Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My! FEHBA, FMCRA/Tricare and More.
Shaun Huppert, Edmonds
Topic 11 Fighting Insurer Attempts to Avoid Mahler and Winters through Early Payment of Subrogation Claims.
Pat LePley, Bellevue
Topic 12 Disbursement Dilemma: Ethical Obligations under RPC 1.15A when the Subrogation Amount Is Disputed.
Sam Elder, Kirkland

Presenters
Maria S. Diamond
MARIA S. DIAMOND is a partner in the Seattle Law Firm of Diamond Massong, PLLC. Her practice emphasizes products, medical negligence, and serious personal injury cases.

Ms. Diamond is a graduate of the University of Washington (B.A. cum...More

William D. Robison
WILLIAM D. ROBISON received his BA from Western Washington University, magna cum laude, in 1980. He received his J.D. from the University of Washington School of Law in 1983.

Bill is a principal in the trial law firm of Caron, Colven,...More

Lisa V. Benedetti
Lisa V. Benedetti was born and raised locally in Puyallup. Since receiving her J.D. from the University of Washington School of Law in 2010, she has practiced primarily in personal injury as well as short- and long-term disability claims. It is...More
Michael Alexander Maxwell
A native of Seattle, Mike attended law school at Northeastern University in Boston after a first career as a high school teacher of English, French and Spanish in St. Thomas, USVI. While in law school he served in internships litigating federal...More
Richard C. Platte
RICHARD C. PLATTE, attorney at law, is a sole practitioner in Bellingham, Washington.

Born in Lebanon, Oregon, Mr. Platte received a B.A. from the University of Washington in 1969, and graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law in...More

Shelly K. Speir
SHELLY K. SPEIR has a B.F.A. in ballet and an M.A.T. in Secondary Education/English. After working as a junior high school teacher and college English professor, she obtained her J.D. from the Seattle University School of Law, where she was a...More
John D. Webber
JOHN D. WEBBER is a partner with Graham Lundberg Peschel, working in the firm’s Seattle and Burlington offices. He began his practice of personal injury law in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1995. In 2000, he moved to Seattle, and joined Graham Lundberg...More
Darrell L. Cochran
Darrell L. Cochran is a lawyer with a background not unlike many people in Washington. He was born in Shelton, Washington, and grew up in Olympia, with parents who worked hard to make ends meet. Early in life, people recognized the inner fire that...More
Kathleen M. Keenan Kindred
KATHLEEN KEENAN KINDRED is a partner with the Seattle law firm of Walthew, Thompson, Kindred, Costello & Winemiller, P.S. Her practice is limited to workers' compensation and personal injury. Ms. Kindred received her J.D. degree cum laude from the...More
Joshua L. Brothers
Mr. Brothers is an experienced advocate and attorney in disability and elder law, and long-time leader at Brothers & Henderson, P.S. A partner at the firm for nearly a decade, his practice focuses on litigation and settlement planning; the...More
Robert D. Bohm
Robert D. Bohm is a trial lawyer at Robert D. Bohm, PLLC, who, from his offices in Washington State and Arizona, represents injured people and their families in cases involving wrongful death and catastrophic personal injury. Mr. Bohm has spent his...More
Shaun Ivon Huppert
SHAUN I. HUPPERT is an attorney at Phillips Law Firm, PLLC. He practices in the area of personal injury law. He previously practiced insurance subrogation, insurance litigation, and creditor's rights throughout States of Washington and Oregon in...More
Patrick H. LePley
Patrick H. LePley has been a practicing attorney for thirty-seven years, with an active practice in Bellevue, Washington, primarily handling personal injury claims and insurance coverage cases.

He is a graduate of the University of Puget...More

Samuel J. Elder, Jr.
Samuel J. Elder, Jr. graduated from Linfield College (summa cum laude) in 1991. He received a Juris Doctorate from University of Washington in 1996 with Honors. Sam has been a WSAJ member since 1993. He became an Eagle member in 1998. He has...More

Originally Published

March 25, 2015


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • SUBROGATION: Real Problems, Real Solutions - Paper
  • Does ERISA Truly Apply? - Video
  • Does ERISA Truly Apply? - Audio
  • If ERISA Applies, What Do You Do in a Post-McCutcheon World? - Video
  • If ERISA Applies, What Do You Do in a Post-McCutcheon World? - Audio
  • Defeating Subrogation Claims: Revisiting Proof of Full Compensation - Video
  • Defeating Subrogation Claims: Revisiting Proof of Full Compensation - Audio
  • Demystifying Washington Subrogation Cases, Understanding the Interplay - Video
  • Demystifying Washington Subrogation Cases, Understanding the Interplay - Audio
  • If You Pay the Lien, Does Your Client Owe the Balance? - Video
  • If You Pay the Lien, Does Your Client Owe the Balance? - Audio
  • MultiCare - Rohlke Liens, Avectus, and Other Bad Acts - Video
  • MultiCare - Rohlke Liens, Avectus, and Other Bad Acts - Audio
  • Worker's Compensation Liens: Tobinizing the Settlement - Video
  • Worker's Compensation Liens: Tobinizing the Settlement - Audio
  • DSHS/Medicaid: Making the Most of Ahlborn - Video
  • DSHS/Medicaid: Making the Most of Ahlborn - Audio
  • Medicare: Taming the Monster - Video
  • Medicare: Taming the Monster - Audio
  • Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My! FEHBA, FMCRA/Tricare and More - Video
  • Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My! FEHBA, FMCRA/Tricare and More - Audio
  • Fighting Insurer Attempts to Avoid Mahler and Winters through Early Payment of Subrogation Claims - Video
  • Fighting Insurer Attempts to Avoid Mahler and Winters through Early Payment of Subrogation Claims - Audio
  • Disbursement Dilemma: Ethical Obligations under RPC 1.15A when the Subrogation Amount Is Disputed - Video
  • Disbursement Dilemma: Ethical Obligations under RPC 1.15A when the Subrogation Amount Is Disputed - Audio

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