Reconciling Your Personal Injury Case

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    You’ve gone through treatment for your personal injury, you might have dealt with PIP or your health insurance in order to get your medical bills paid, you probably hired an attorney to help you with your claim. You’ve either spoken with an insurance adjuster or your attorney regarding a settlement offer, which you’ve gladly accepted. But then what happens once […]

    All about Health Insurance Part 2

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    In our previous article, we discussed important health insurance topics such as understanding deductibles and coinsurance. In part two we’ll go over two other important health insurance topics: copays and maximum out-of-pocket cost. There will also be some math to show you how health insurance calculates medical cost shared between the insurer and the insured. Copays A copay (also co-pay) […]

    All about Health Insurance Part 1

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    In the past few years, there has been a lot going on with health insurance. In Washington State we gained the Washington Health Plan Finder, an easy way to find affordable health coverage. However, the affordability is hotly debated, with US Senator Maria Cantwell wanting to bring back a Basic Health Plan for the working poor. Many in Washington State […]

    Medical Malpractice and Medical Coding

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    According to a recent letter from Johns Hopkins Medicine to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), medical malpractice needs to be reclassified from a medical coding standpoint. Medical professors and students alike believe that medical error is the third leading cause of death after heart disease and cancer. Yet if medical malpractice is so prevalent why has it […]

    Medical Liens and Letters of Protection

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    Medical liens and letters of protection essentially guarantee the medical provider will get reimbursed for the treatment they provided you for any injuries you sustained in an accident. In some cases attorneys and medical providers use the term lien and letter of protection interchangeably; however, the only difference between the two is that a lien is filed with the county […]

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