Reduce Your Medical Bills and Liens
I will locate errors, double-charges and other overcharges hidden in your confusing, coded medical bill or lien. If I can’t negotiate a reasonable release, I will have the Court determine the reasonable value of the care you received. No one pays full billed charges for medical care and you shouldn't either. Call me today to schedule a free, no obligation legal consultation. Medical providers and Hospitals have collection lawyers working against you. It's time to level the playing field.
For more than ten years I have litigated medical accounts across the State of Florida. My team of medical professionals including medical doctors, nurses, hospital coders and forensic auditors provide the data and forensic analysis I need to calculate the reasonable value of any medical bill or lien. I also co- counsel medical malpractice, class action and other complex matters with attorneys across the state, when required. By utilizing this team of professionals, and tapping my deep negotiation and litigation experience, I will negotiate with your medical providers until a reasonable release is agreed upon or bring suit if those negotiations reach impasse.
ALL MEDICAL BILLING CASES ALSO SCREENED FOR MEDICAL MALPRACTICE
What is Medical Malpractice?
A Violation of the Standard of Care
The law acknowledges that there are certain medical standards that are recognized by the profession as being acceptable medical treatment by reasonably prudent health care professionals under like or similar circumstances. This is known as the standard of care. A patient has the right to expect that health care professionals will deliver care that is consistent with these standards. If it is determined that the standard of care has not been met, then negligence may be established.
An Injury was caused by the Negligence
For a medical malpractice claim to be valid, it is not sufficient that a health care professional simply violated the standard of care. The patient must also prove he or she sustained an injury that would not have occurred in the absence of negligence. An unfavorable outcome by itself is not malpractice. The patient must prove that the negligence caused the injury. If there is an injury without negligence or negligence that did not cause an injury, there is no case.
The Injury resulted in Significant Damages
Medical malpractice lawsuits are extremely expensive to litigate, frequently requiring testimony of numerous medical experts and countless hours of deposition testimony. For a case to be viable, the patient must show that significant damages resulted from an injury received due to the medical negligence. If the damages are small, the cost of pursuing the case might be greater than the eventual recovery. To pursue a medical malpractice claim, the patient must show that the injury resulted in disability, loss of income, unusual pain, suffering and hardship, or significant past and future medical bills.