Connecticut Decision Demonstrates Scattered Opinions with Regard to MSP Compliance in Liability Settlements
Heather Schwartz Sanderson
Case law as it pertains to Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) compliance in liability settlements continues to reach different conclusions in different courts. In fact, the only aspect that appears to be consistent in these opinions is a lack of any significant trend or majority position concerning exactly how to apply the MSP Act in liability cases. More specifically, due to the ambiguous/confusing nature of the MSP in liability settlements, there has been a vast difference of opinion as to how to ...
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