As a general matter, a lien—in the personal injury context—is a third party’s legal right to a portion of the settlement proceeds. In personal injury cases, liens typically arise when a personal injury victim receives medical treatment that he or she cannot financially afford. Arizona law and/or an agreement between the victim and the medical provider may impose a duty on the injured party to repay his or her healthcare providers for their medical services through any personal injury settlement proceeds. Obviously, this can decrease the ultimate benefit of your settlement outcome and even leave the personal injury victim still owing money. However, with Torgenson Law, all hope is not lost.
Through years of experience, our attorneys have fine-tuned their knowledge regarding Arizona law related to healthcare provider liens. Ultimately, with this knowledge, we are able to negotiate and demand significant reductions from your medical providers and/or other lienholders or otherwise challenge their rights to your injury settlement funds.
What is the ultimate benefit of these reductions? More money goes directly into your pocket. Specifically, for every dollar that a provider agrees to reduce by, is another dollar that goes directly to you. At the end of the day, these reductions are just another way we are able to better satisfy your expectations for your personal injury case. So, even in cases where the liable party’s liability limits are minimal and your injuries are massive, we will do everything we can to make sure you are compensated.
Again, as your Arizona Injury Lawyers, we will not be satisfied until you are happy with the amount of money you are walking away with when your claim is resolved. This means we will battle with the insurance company until they recognize the true value of your personal injury damages. And it also means that we will negotiate down your liens and medical bills to the fullest extent possible. If you wish to take advantage of our relentless legal representation, call us at (602) 759-0012 for a free case review.