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INTRODUCING: New MSP Compliance Service for Liability Cases – “No MSA” Letter

CMS has made it clear that it is up to plaintiff’s counsel to address whether or not a Medicare Set Aside (MSA) should be implemented. Synergy has developed a screening process to ensure plaintiff attorneys are compliant with addressing the protection of Medicare’s future interests. This is a simple process that guides the plaintiff attorney as to whether or not action should be taken to protect the Medicare trust fund.

Step 1: Evaluation of Case
Attorney provides information directly to Synergy about the plaintiff’s injuries, Medicare entitlement, as well as the case summary.

Step 2: Findings
Once the case specific information has been gathered, Synergy will determine whether or not a MSA is recommended and applicable.

Step 3: Deliverable
If it is determined that the MSA is not applicable, then Synergy provides a letter to counsel memorializing that there is no need for a MSA analysis based upon the specific facts of
that case.

If it is determined that a MSA analysis is appropriate, then Synergy can provide the MSA analysis with future cost projection of Medicare covered items related to the accident.

Fee: $375*

*If plaintiff would like to move forward with a full MSA analysis, then the cost of the screening/evaluation will be applied as credit to the MSA analysis.

Contact Synergy today for more information at 877-242-0022 or by clicking here.

TESTIMONIALS

I wanted to pass my highest recommendation to Synergy who we routinely get involved in cases when Medicare issues come up, especially when dealing with Medicare Set Asides. Synergy went beyond the call of duty in a recent case that was settled and dealt one-on-one with our clients and their family. They spent time on the phone with them to be sure they got all their questions answered and did a fantastic job dealing with Medicare.

J. Daniel Clark
Clark Martino, P.A.

"I don't think I've directly said "thank you" for helping us with Bridgett’s case. We sent the reduced payment to Medicaid and called Bridgett's mom to tell her approximately how much money was going to be left for Bridgett and she broke down over the telephone. Given only $25k of insurance and a $850k medical bill from the hospital she didn't think Bridgett would ever see a penny."

Tom L. Copeland
Jeffrey Meldon & Associates, P.A.

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