Defending Employers Podcast: Episode 9

New Jersey Settlements when Medicare as Secondary Payer must be considered

New Jersey allows for “full-and-final” settlements under Section 20. Parties must consider the potential exposure for their clients under the Medicare as Secondary Payer Act when resolving the medical aspects of a case in a lump-sum dismissal. Here is the post-webinar audio from from the discussion “Medicare Secondary Payer in New Jersey” presented by attorneys Joe Jones, Michael Tomasino, and Greg Lois of Lois Law Firm.

Subject(s): Medicare Secondary Payer, Section 20, New Jersey
Date Presented: January 25, 2016
Presenter(s): Joe Jones, Esq., Michael Tomasino, Esq., and Greg Lois, Esq.
Run time: 24:14

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