Medicare and Medicaid Liens in Personal Injury Cases
Resolving Healthcare Liens or Claims for Reimbursement, Maximizing Settlement Awards
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide personal injury counsel for both plaintiffs and defendants, as well as adjusters, with practical tips and considerations for resolving Medicare and Medicaid liens to maximize recovery and ensure healthcare compliance in personal injury claims.
- Addressing Medicare liens
- Addressing Medicaid liens
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What obligations do plaintiffs in personal injury cases have to reimburse Medicare in a liability settlement?
- Are Medicare set-asides required?
- Best practices for resolving Medicaid liens and an update on crucial legislative activity
- What steps should defense attorneys take during discovery and upon resolution to protect their clients regarding lien reimbursement?
Nick D'Aquilla, Esq.
Vice President, Class Action and Mass Tort Solutions
Mr. D’Aquilla is an attorney and the leader of the mass tort settlement administration consulting team at Epiq.... | Read More
Mr. D’Aquilla is an attorney and the leader of the mass tort settlement administration consulting team at Epiq. He is responsible for leading a team of professionals who advise and provide solutions to clients involved in multidistrict and complex litigations with respect to resolution of healthcare liens, claims adjudication, settlement fund management, and distribution.Close
Catherine E. Goldhaber
Hawkins Parnell & Young
Ms. Goldhaber defends claims related to product liability, exposure to toxic substances and transportation-related... | Read More
Ms. Goldhaber defends claims related to product liability, exposure to toxic substances and transportation-related injuries. She handles matters directly in Illinois and Michigan and manages multi-state litigation as national coordinating and trial counsel. Ms. Goldhaber counsels clients in Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) issues, particularly as the issues arise throughout discovery and in resolution.Close