We Work Hard to Protect Your Lien
Protecting Michigan medical providers lien rights in auto accident coverage cases is essential if they hope to recover money for services against the insured’s no-fault policy; whereas in a third party injury case a tort feasor may be liable.
Providers can enter into assignment benefits as they become due and may have a lien as incurred and claims accrue. Blanket assignments of future benefits in no-fault are not automatically obtained.
For issues related to lien protection for a provider or insured plaintiff, parties should be well-represented by experienced counsel throughout the legal process.
Whether negotiating with or litigating against insurance companies in court, Mr. Schefman knows how to get the job done by providing you with the professional legal representation you need.
You May Not Realize It, But An Experienced Attorney Can Increase Your Reimbursement For Medical Services
Look to Bryan L. Schefman for sound guidance and solid support during every phase of the lien protection legal process when a plaintiff insured is both Medicare eligible and covered under no-fault workers compensation.
You need advice about timing the lawsuit, notice to adjusters, and the implications of the “one-year back” rule that states you must sue or be party in a suit within one year of the date that services were provided, or your claim may be denied.