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NJ Court: Federal Law Does NOT Mandate Medicare Set-Asides

The United States District Court of New Jersey recently stated (albeit in an Unpublished Opinion) that Federal Law does not mandate Medicare Set-Asides in a liability context.  The question arose in Sipler v. Trans. Am. Trucking Inc. following a general settlement for $225,000.  After the verbal settlement the defense attorney attempted to insert language stating: […]

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AAJ Working Toward 2nd Circuit Allocation of Medicare Lien

The AAJ sent out an update regarding a case where it is attempting to win a major victory for Medicare beneficiaries.  The plaintiffs are using Bradley v. Sebelius to try to convince a probate court to allocate the settlement funds and reduce Medicare’s lien.  The AAJ writes, In Bradley, the probate court ordered an apportionment […]

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