Lien-Basis Medical Treatment in Personal Injury Cases: Avoiding Ethical, Legal and Settlement Obstacles
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide personal injury attorneys on how to navigate lien-basis medical treatment in their cases. The panel will discuss the ethical and legal issues that surround lien-based treatment, in addition to best practices for circumventing settlement and trial obstacles.
- Overview of lien-basis medical treatment and its role in personal injury cases
- Benefits and drawbacks of referring clients for lien-basis medical treatment
- Avoiding obstacles at settlement and trial
- Recent case law on lien-basis medical treatment
- Best practices for plaintiff's attorneys in case management and client education
The panel will review these and other relevant topics:
- How is lien-basis medical treatment used in personal injury cases?
- What are the benefits and drawbacks of lien-basis medical treatment?
- How can lien-basis treatment affect settlement and trial?
- How do judges view lien-basis medical treatment in personal injury cases?
Robert J. Kasieta
Founder and Managing Member
Kasieta Legal Group
Mr. Kasieta focuses his practice on civil litigation. He has represented clients in auto accident cases, workplace... | Read More
Mr. Kasieta focuses his practice on civil litigation. He has represented clients in auto accident cases, workplace accidents, employment disputes, and corporate problems in state and federal court, and before administrative authorities. Prior to becoming a plaintiffs’ attorney, Mr. Kasieta spent many years representing insurance companies on all kinds of claims. He regularly teaches other lawyers, including at Wisconsin Law School.Close
Jarrett & Price
Mr. Price is a Georgia native and a graduate of Georgia State University College of Law. His primary practice area is... | Read More
Mr. Price is a Georgia native and a graduate of Georgia State University College of Law. His primary practice area is personal injury law, representing victims who have been injured or killed due to the fault of another.Close