March 20, 2019

A Maryland plaintiff’s personal injury law firm recently settled with the US Justice Department over allegations the firm failed to reimburse Medicare for payments it made related to a client’s medical malpractice case.

Meyers, Rodbell & Rosenbaum represented a client...

March 6, 2019

The US District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania recently denied a summary judgment motion to skip the reduction for attorney’s fees and costs in a case between CMS and a Medicare beneficiary.  United States vs. Richard Angino, et al, N...

October 3, 2017

They should, but that doesn't mean they will always start with that position.

In order to walk plan reps through an explanation as to why the plans must apply a pro rata share reduction of their reimbursement interest (pay attorney fees), start with Federal Codes.  Begi...

October 2, 2017

Clients will either be on public Medicare (Parts A & B) or private Medicare (Part C).  Public Medicare requires that your client sign-up/purchase Part D, or prescription coverage, if they expect Medicare to pay for medications.  There is a Part E plan, which is Medicar...

September 26, 2017

Two weeks ago I sent out an email to fellow plaintiff attorneys expressing my “sky is falling” warning that a private Medicare plan was suing plaintiff attorneys for unpaid reimbursements in places other than Washington State. 

Well, now Humana is here (Humana...

September 22, 2017

Many plaintiff lawyers don't realize there are two kinds of Medicare - public and private.  Public Medicare (Parts A & B) are what most refer to as traditional Medicare, or original Medicare.  It's the one most people sign up for when they turn 65.

Private Medicare...

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