Subrogation/Liens

Under Arkansas law, a health insurer that provides payment to medical care providers for losses to its insured caused by another, can try and recover the amount that it paid on behalf of its insured from the settlement or judgment obtained by the injured party. What this means is that the person that is actually injured may find that he or she must turn over money paid to them for their losses to the health insurance company.

Experienced personal injury attorneys know how to submit legal claims preventing the full collection of these amounts in many circumstances.

When successful, the result is that the injured person is legally entitled to keep more of the money because our firms attorneys do not take any percentage of any discounts obtained.

Experienced attorneys rely on specific statutes addressing the lawful requirements of medical liens. Additionally, our firm’s attorneys know how to properly invoke the made whole doctrine to try and eliminate or devalue such claims by insurance companies to recover money from your injury claim.

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