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.
Medicare Cracks Down on Plaintiff’s Law Firm for Refusing to Reimburse
March 20, 2019
CMS Fails to Bypass Requirement to Reduce for Attorneys Fees
March 6, 2019
Q&A: Do Medicare Advantage Plans Pay Attorney Fees?
October 3, 2017
Q&A: (9th Circuit) Will Medicare Part C Plan Waive Under Made Whole Doctrine?
October 2, 2017
Humana Medicare Advantage Plan Goes West in Search of Unpaid Claim by Auto Insurer Hartford
September 26, 2017
Reimbursing a Medicare Advantage Plan from a Personal Injury Settlement
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