Lien Resolution — Best Practices and Pitfalls to Avoid

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Lien Resolution Webinar

On this webinar, Dave Place and Greg Maxwell discuss troubling lien resolution issues on your existing cases and share ideas to implement “best practices” to avoid those issues in the future.

Dave and Greg discussed ERISA, FEHBA, and Medicare liens, as well as tools you can easily employ to limit your personal liability and increase the plaintiff’s net recovery.

Dedicated Email Address for Lien Questions

If you have any questions about the webinar, please email [email protected]. Any emails sent to that address will be sent to both Greg Maxwell and Dave Place.

Presentation Materials

You can download the presentation materials and the template letter by clicking the buttons below.

Consider Outsourcing

At Amicus, we partner with Dave Place, Esq. to help our attorney clients with lien resolution issues.

We’ve worked with multiple lien resolution companies in the past, and Dave Place has consistently provided the best service and best results for clients.

Outsourcing lien resolution is a wise decision for many firms. The lien resolution fee can be billed as a case cost — and your staff can spend their time on other tasks (and leave the lien negotiations to an expert).

Dave’s fees are as follows:
• 10% of the savings obtained
• $500 minimum fee due at time of case referral, but if the savings aren’t greater than $500, he refunds the full fee
• $500 flat fee for resolving Medicare’s Conditional Payments (reporting to BCRC through Final Demand)

Do Your Best, Then Bring in Dave

Here’s another option: Your staff can negotiate the fee, and then ask Dave to see if he can get additional reductions. He only charges on any additional amount saved. So, if you don’t want to outsource the entire negotiation process, do your best and then let him see if he can do even better.

Get Your Lien Questions Answered

For the firms that we work with, Dave is happy to answer questions and provide advice and tactics free of charge.

If you have a lien-related question and would like Dave’s insight or help, please email [email protected]. Any emails sent to that address are forwarded to both Dave Place and Greg Maxwell.

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