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Liens in Auto Injury for Paralegals

  • 04/14/2020
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Audio Webinar

REGISTER: https://ipe.nbi-sems.com/ProductDetails/Liens-in-Auto-Injury-for-Paralegals/Audio-Webinar/85217ER_ARBPCE408300000?st=WA&pt=1

Program Description

Best Practices for Communicating with Lien Holders, Reducing and Documenting Liens

Dealing with liens is a big part of the personal injury paralegal's job. Before a case can be closed, you need to verify liens, communicate with lien holders, secure reductions and document everything - often while juggling other tasks and cases. Are you being thorough? This program will break down the lien resolution process into manageable steps so you can stay organized, minimize hassle and avoid oversights. Register today!

  • Prevent unpleasant surprises by doing a comprehensive search for any potential liens.
  • Learn how to get lien claimants to work with you on reductions.
  • Protect clients, your attorney and yourself with impeccable documentation and recordkeeping.

Who Should Attend

This intermediate level course will provide attendees with guidance on handling liens in auto injury cases. Those who should attend include:

  • Paralegals
  • Legal Technicians
  • Legal Assistants
  • Legal Support Staff

Course Content

  1. Types of Liens: Med Pay/PIP, Hospital Liens, ERISA/Health Insurance, etc.
  2. Medicare Liens and Set Asides
  3. Reviewing Bills and Payment Histories - Any Liens or Subrogation Interests?
  4. Policy Language - What to Look for
  5. Communicating with Each Lien Claimant
  6. Preparing and Responding to Lien Letters
  7. Assessing Claims for Errors and Unrelated or Unreasonable Charges
  8. Settlement Language and Releases When Liens Are Involved
  9. Lien Resolution Documentation and Paperwork

Washington State Paralegal Association
19540 International Blvd., Ste. 105
SeaTac, WA 98188

206.653.7259

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