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LIENS: A PRACTICAL APPROACH FOR OUR PRACTICES



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Date: 05/06/2016

2.5 Skills CLE Credits

This seminar will provide attendees with a practical approach on how to deal with the many and varied claims of liens that are asserted against our clients' personal injury and wrongful death recoveries. It will offer a "how to" approach of when to consider potential liens and how to handle the process, including Medicaid, Medicare, Insured ERISA and self-funded ERISA and federal employees claims.
 

  • What is the GOL 5 -335 and does it apply to my case?
  • When and how do I notify Medicare about my case?
  • What are mymedicare.gov and the Medicare Secondary Payer Recovery Portal and what good are they to me?
  • How and when do I notify Medicare of a settlement and how much do I owe?
  • What is a Medicare Set Aside and do I need one?
  • What is Medicare Advantage and do I care?
  • When and how do I notify DSS about my case?
  • How is a Medicaid lien created?
  • Is the DSS lien valid?
  • How much does my client owe to DSS and can I do anything about it?
  • What is the difference between a DSS lien and a DSS claim?
  • What is an ERISA plan and are they all the same?
  • How do I handle a claim for erisa reimbursementl?
  • What is the difference between Self-Funded and Insured ERISA plans?
 

FACULTY

 

Helene E. Blank, Esq.

Blank & Star, PLLC.

 

Joan Lensky Robert, Esq.

Kassoff Robert & Lerner

 

John M. Tomsky, Esq.

Sullivan Papain Block McGrath & Cannavo, PC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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