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MSPRC to Resume Final Demands on 6/27/2011

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MEDICARE Secondary Payer Final Demand letters will resume on 6/27/2011, according to www.msprc.info. A review of the Rights & Responsibilities and Final Demand letters are complete.

ALERT UPDATE: Review of the Rights and Responsibilities letter and the Demand Letters is complete

Review of the Rights and Responsibilities letter (“RAR”) and the Demand Letters for liability insurance (including self-insurance), no-fault insurance and workers’ compensation is complete. Issuance of the RAR resumed on June 10, 2011. A copy of the revised RAR is now available on this website. Issuance of the affected Demand letters is anticipated to resume June 27, 2011. Copies of the revised Demand letters will be made available by that time on this website.

For more information on the Final Demand letter, Medicare Secondary Payer, or any lien resolution issue, feel free to contact Lien Settlement Solutions at info@lienss.com or by phone, (877)907-5436. We are the Lawyers Solution to Lien Resolution!

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