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Guest Blog Alert! How Can I Tell If I'll Need Care In The Future?

It can be really hard to tell when you've reached your maximum medical improvement, and even harder to predict whether you'll need care in the future. Even if you're relatively sure you'll need future care, you can bet that the adjuster will interpret any ambiguities against you. For this post, our good friend and nurse-paralegal extraordinaire Martin Ginsburg offers his sage advice for (i) determining the need for future care and (ii) communicating that need to the insurance company.

The Great and (Simultaneously) Terrible Medicare, Part II

The Great and (Simultaneously) Terrible Medicare, Part II

Medicare's great until you forget to pay them out of your settlement recovery. Read on to learn how to not do that!

On the Predation of Charlotte School of Law

On the Predation of Charlotte School of Law

When Charlotte School of Law suddenly closed earlier this week, the school's handlers made it official; we've all been scammed.

Cui Bono? Reasons and Ramifications For When the Hospital Refuses to Bill Your Health Insurance

Cui Bono? Reasons and Ramifications For When the Hospital Refuses to Bill Your Health Insurance

What happens when the hospital refuses to bill your health insurance carrier for your treatment? Why does this happen, who benefits, and most importantly, is it legal?