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Please note that Attorney Bruzonsky has been doing this regular “Liens Corner” column since April 2006. His last “Liens Corner” article was for the November/December 2017 issue of The Advocate, having stepped down from this regular column, as he now works part-time (and is part-time retired) exclusively handling large subrogation/lien claims in very large personal injury and medical malpractice cases for other attorneys. However, attorney Bruzonsky may add notes to this website under the subject lien article headers from time to time. (Please keep in mind that this site contains general information for educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide legal advise, which can only come from a qualified attorney who is familiair with all the facts and circumstances of your specific case and relevant law.) 

 

 

2017-03/04: FEHBA Balance Billing: Wigand v. Scottsdale Healthcare Hospitals:

March 30th, 2017 11:10:44 am


This article has been published in “The Advocate”, a monthly publication of the Arizona Association for Justice/Arizona Trial Lawyers Association, March-April 2017 issue, @2017 by Steven J. Bruzonsky, Esq.

 

 

March/April 2017 Lien Updates

 

FEHBA Balance Billing: Wigand v. Scottsdale Healthcare Hospitals:

 

Attorney Geoffrey M. Trachtenberg and his law firm, Levenbaum Trachtenberg, in addition to handling the Abbott class action, have also recently filed the Wigand class action against Scottsdale Healthcare Hospitals dba Honor Health regarding their hospital FEHBA balance billing liens. They  need “Open-Lien Plaintiffs” (who have not settled their hospital FEHBA balance billing lien claims).  Assuming that your client consents, provide attorney Trachtenberg’s law firm with the following information regarding your hospital FEHBA balance billing lien plaintiff(s): Name of Your Client; Name of hospital asserting lien; Name of Your Client’s FEHBA healthplan; Amount paid by the FEHBA plan to the hospital. Once this is done, you can discuss with attorney Trachtenberg your client’s willingness to serve as class representative against the relevant hospital. Information on this case including pleadings is available at http://www.paymentinfullisforever.com/

 



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