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When the Presumptive Approach fails, what options are you left with? Until recently, you might find yourself up the creek. But now, North Carolina law gives you a great way to make sure that Medicaid doesn't get money that was meant for you!
We know that Medicaid's subrogation interest is capped. But how do you finalize what the lien amount is, and what happens when Medicaid's interest conflicts with the lien interests of other providers?
Yes, you have to tell Medicaid about your settlement. Bummer, I know. But does Medicaid have to put you on notice of its own subrogation rights? Answers within!
Spoiler alert, though. It doesn't. Double-bummer.
Medicaid is great, most of the time. But when it comes time to collect your settlement check, you may be surprised to find that Medicaid can become a major burden. This is the first in a series of articles speaking to what Medicaid is, what its subrogation interest is, and how you can mitigate the damage.
A new bill introduced in the U.S. Senate may give more regulatory power to state and local governments when it comes to drone use. These varying laws and regs may impact commercial drone users and their ability to operate fluidly across state lines. Also, have you heard about the D.C. District Court case that held recreational drone registration unlawful? Cray.
Are you a boss who hugs his or her co-workers? If yes, STOP. Recent caselaw out of the Ninth Circuit says this is a no-no. Read more about why.
You can't exactly count on the professionally-callous adjuster to weep tears of empathy as he reads your demand letter. How do you get him to feel your pain?
Your medical bills tell the most direct story of your treatment, and you can bet that you won't get an offer without them. But they include a ton of hidden information, and the insurance company can use that hidden information to diminish or invalidate your claim. Don't let it!
It really shouldn't be that difficult to figure out whether the government is liable when one of its employees negligently causes harm. But alas; it is! Let's try and unravel the knot, shall we?