ERISA Liens in Personal Injury Cases

ERISA Liens in Personal Injury Cases One particularly interesting U.S. Supreme Court illustrates some of the complexities of ERISA subrogation. In the case of Montanile v. Board of Trustees of the National Elevator Industry Health Benefit Plan. In this case, a drunk driver collided with Montanile, causing $120,000 in medical...

The Ultimate Guide to Liens in Personal Injury Cases

Liens in Personal Injury Cases Basics of Liens and SubrogationSubrogation comes from the latin word “Subrogare” , which means to substitute for. In general, subrogation issues arise whenever a person is injured and someone other than the at fault parties pays some benefit or cost associated with the injury. Out...

Ethics for Ohio Personal Injury Lawyers

Ethics for Ohio Personal Injury Lawyers Conflicts of InterestAttorneys owe duty of loyalty to be free from conflicts of interest that arise from the responsibilities to another client, a past client or certain third parties. In Ohio, this is governed by several rules of Professional Conduct. The two main rules...

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