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Lien resolution Success Story – Synergy’s reduces Medicare Final Demand by 47%, obtaining a refund of over $43,000 for the injured plaintiff

This case involved a Medicare beneficiary who was injured as a result of medical malpractice. When the plaintiff’s attorney settled the personal injury action, Medicare presented a Final Demand of approximately $91,000. The plaintiff’s attorney paid the Final Demand to avoid interest and then engaged Synergy Lien Resolution Services to appeal the amount of the Final Demand. 

Synergy’s knowledge of both the Medicare Secondary Payer Act and our unrivaled experience with the Medicare appeals process allowed us to reduce the Final Demand by over 47%, securing a refund of over $43,000 for the plaintiff.

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TESTIMONIALS

Thank you so much for the services your firm provided to our client. Should the need arise again, we will ALWAYS use Synergy. Your customer service was outstanding and the guidance and instructions your office gave us with our client's Medicare waiver application was instrumental in getting a FULL waiver of his Medicare lien. I know our clients were very grateful for your help, too. And, I just wanted to write and let you know how happy we were with your services. We will always recommend your company to any other plaintiff's attorneys that need help with lien reduction or waivers. Thank you again!

Peggy Rothenberger, Legal Assistant to Henry Moore
Law Offices of Henry Moore

"Synergy is an invaluable partner in the mediation process. They have extensive expertise in Medicare, Medicaid and Structured Settlements and the ability to explain the impact of these complex concepts to my clients in simple, clear and understandable language. This allows me to focus on obtaining the best possible result in the settlement process."

Michael J. Winer, Esq.
President Florida Workers Advocates (FWA)

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