Author: Joseph Gregorio

MSP Case Law Update

7.16.2019 Blog
In Duncan v. Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, 2019 U.S. Dis. LEXIS 106265, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan found that a decedent’s Estate (“Plaintiff”) did not have standing to seek double damages against Liberty Mutual (“Liberty”), the decedent’s no-fault PIP carrier. 

Did Medicare Really Need to Do That?

3.28.2019 Blog
When Medicare seeks recovery of conditional payments out of a settlement, judgment, or award from a beneficiary (as opposed to a primary plan), the conditional payment lien may be reduced by procurement costs (e.g. attorney’s fees).