Product Code 2197
Presented on June 14, 2012 - 8.0 CLE Credits: 1.0 Ethics, 4.0 Areas of Professional Practice
1.0 Law Practice Management, 2.0 Skills
CD Only: $135 BAEC Members, $180 Non-Members
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Presented on June 14, 2012 • 8.0 CLE Credits: 1.0 Ethics, 4.0 Areas of Professional Practice, 1.0 Law Practice Management, 2.0 Skills CD: $160 BAEC Members, $210 Non-Members
This experienced, expert panel of speakers presents comprehensive solutions on how to best combat claims as the settlement proceeds. The seminar will serve as a guide to the resolution of problems and issues impacting the settlement of personal injury cases, such as liens, public benefits and private subrogation claims.
The program not only raises the following the questions:
• Which claims against the settlement proceeds are valid?
• What claims is your client required to reimburse?
• Can you preserve some public benefits for your client and still accept the settlement?
• How can you safeguard your client's settlement funds from dissipation risks and reduce your potential exposure for failing to advise them of such an option?
Furthermore, the seminar will address with specificity which claims against the settlement proceeds are valid. The seminar will provide the answers, including an update on the recent developments as to lien laws and subrogation claims, including, Medicare Conditional Payments; Medicare Set-Asides, Medicare Advantage Plans; Self-Funded ERISA Health Insurance Plans; and Medicaid, and the manner to address the restrictions imposed by various state and federal public benefit laws.
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