"So the Plaintiff's on Medicare…" - An Attorney's Guide to Taming the Medicare Monster Before and After Settlement

Published by Washington State Association for Justice


Summary

Over the last few years, Medicare has inserted itself into the personal injury claims process at every turn. Clients, insurers, even medical providers now must consider Medicare’s interest or face dreaded penalties. It’s made just about everyone paranoid about settling a case no matter who you represent.

Plaintiff’s attorneys are worried about Medicare coming at them years after the claim has resolved. Defendant’s attorneys are constantly reminded that insurers face stiff fines if Medicare doesn’t get paid back. It’s enough to drive you nuts.

This program is designed to bring a little order to the chaos. Step-by-step, you will be taken through each point when Medicare becomes relevant in the claims resolution process, and be given strategies to keep Medicare from impeding an efficient resolution. Answers to questions like:

When should the claim be reported to Medicare? Can/should it only be done by the claimant?
How do I know if Medicare paid for claim related treatment?
What are the differences between Traditional Medicare and Medicare Advantage plans pre & post settlement?
Who has exposure if Medicare isn’t reimbursed? What are the penalties and defenses?
How do I prove Medicare didn’t pay for anything claim related?
Which side is responsible for protecting Medicare’s future interest? Where do our interests align? Can both side work together to deal with the issue of MSAs?
How are the federal courts coming down on these issues?

This and more will be addressed in the presentation and materials provided Steven Shaw of Shaw Legal Solutions.

Presenters
Steven Shaw
Steven is the founder of Shaw Legal Solutions, a firm providing consulting services for attorneys navigating the Medicare Secondary Payer process. From Lien Resolution services to Medicare Set-Aside arrangements, Shaw Legal Solutions is a one-stop answer to your Medicare Secondary Payer problems.

Steven is a frequent speaker on Medicare Secondary Payer issues at CLEs for the Washington State Association for Justice. He is the editor of the WSAJ Subrogation Deskbook and author of the...More


Originally Published

March 21, 2017


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • "So the Plaintiff's on Medicare…" - An Attorney's Guide to Taming the Medicare Monster Before and After Settlement - Video
  • "So the Plaintiff's on Medicare…" - An Attorney's Guide to Taming the Medicare Monster Before and After Settlement - Paper

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