Failing to Ensure Complete, Proper Resolution of Medicare Conditional Payment Claims is Very Risky Business
Melisa C. Zwilling
One of the most common and oftentimes difficult issues parties face when settling claims with Medicare beneficiaries is how to best resolve Medicare conditional payment claims. This is true in liability, workers’ compensation, no-fault or any other type of claim. Some defendants simply allow claimants and their attorneys to deal with Medicare and choose not to include a discussion of the same in settlement documents. Others opt to include language in settlement documents ...
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