Florida District Court Denies Request to Opine on the “Question that Confounds” Tort Litigation Parties: Do we need an MSA?
Heather Schwartz Sanderson
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, 2013), the parties reached an agreement on all matters pertinent to the settlement, except for one item: whether an MSA was required by the parties. The Defendant, Carnival Cruise Line (“Carnival”), responded to the Plaintiff, Susan Early's (“Early”) Motion for ...
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