A Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan recently allowed a health care provider to proceed with a claim against a patient's no-fault auto insurance carrier for the full cost of its ... Read More
In the course of being in the property/casualty insurance claims sector, I'm sure everyone has encountered a situation at a party or social gathering where the inevitable inquiry is posed by a guest: ... Read More
A Federal District Court in Miami recently refused to determine whether a Medicare Set-Aside (MSA) was required in a personal injury case. In Early v. Carnival Corp., 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 16711 (Feb. 7, ... Read More
A lifelong friend of mine who works in Florida for a city government suffered a workers' compensation injury last year. Fortunately, it wasn't an inherently serious situation; a torn index finger ... Read More
The SMART Act reforms certain aspects of the Medicare Secondary Payer Act (MSP) and the Medicare, Medicaid and SCHIP Extension Act of 2007 (MMSEA). While the SMART Act does not directly broach how to protect ... Read More
That wily Hank Greenberg. One can always count on him to be in the headlines. The legendary ex-CEO of AIG recently initiated a suit against the federal government claiming that $183 billion dollar bailout ... Read More
The SMART Act was signed by President Obama today, on January 10, 2013 after having passed in both branches of Congress. The SMART Act was passed as part of H.R. 1845 and attached onto a Medicare IVIG Access ... Read More
Disclaimer: WorkersCompensation.com publishes independently generated writings from a variety of workers’ compensation industry stakeholders. The opinions expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of WorkersCompensation.com.