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Changes in the MSPRC Conditional Payment Process- Webinar 04/14/2010

The following Webinar is being provided by the MSPRC regarding the conditional payment and demand process. The following information has been provided by the MSPRC: Reserve your Webinar seat now at: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/343904584
New changes have been made to the MSPRC Conditional Payment and Demand Process. This Town Hall Meeting will provide education on the New Conditional Payment Notice and Process, as well as updates on:-The MSPRC Recovery Process & Timelines-The Rights and Responsibilities Letter-Proof of Representation vs. Consent to Release-What’s new with the MSPRC
Title: Changes in the MSPRC Conditional Payment Process for Liability Insurance, No-Fault Insurance, and Workers’ Compensation Cases
Date: Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Time: 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.

TESTIMONIALS

"I just want to thank Synergy for their great work in getting a health insurance lien resolved. The health insurance company refused to reduce their lien a penny from a motorcycle accident involving my client who was not wearing a helmet, a fact that would have hurt our award in front of a jury. Synergy put tremendous pressure on this company, and after months of bombarding this insurance company with statutory requests and threats, they were able to get them to give in and reduce the lien significantly. The cost was minimal in relation to the hard work they put in, and the savings my client received. Client was very happy, and it allowed me to close out a case that I had resolved over 6 months before. Keep them in mind if you are dealing with a smug insurance adjuster who felt confident he would not have to reduce a lien, like I was dealing with. Thank you very much Synergy."

Jeffrey A. Adelman, Esq.
Adelman & Adelman, P.A.

"I recently engaged Synergy to assist with a complicated PTD settlement involving a substantial Medicare Set Aside. The claimant’s wife has been providing full time attendant care which is not Medicare covered. The Synergy nurse was able to do a full analysis of non-Medicare covered expenses which far exceeded the value of the MSA analysis performed by the carrier’s contracted MSA provider. The non- Medicare figures became the main focus of the settlement negotiations and more than doubled the value of the case. Although I could estimate the attendant care figures, the nurse added in other items that I would not have routinely considered. I also asked Synergy to evaluate the EC’s MSA as well as their prescription review. Synergy offered insight about the prescription donut hole which I did not have a clear understanding about. Again, their insight and information added a great deal of value to the overall settlement. Not only did I learn from Synergy but was able to educate my clients in the process. These are very complex and complicated areas; I will use Synergy again and again!"

Rosemary Eure
Lancaster & Eure

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