March ASCDC Conference Topic:
The ASCDC’s 50th Annual Seminar, March 10-11 at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles, will feature a panel on Medicare Set-Asides and compliance issues involving structured settlements. Joining me on the panel will be Jon Gunter, executive vice-president at MEDVAL.
We will be covering:
Medicare Secondary Payer Act (MSP)
Three Distinct Compliance Processes
Mandatory Insurer Reporting
Medicare Set-Aside Allocations
Legal & Ethical Considerations
Recent Legislative Activity
The discussion is designed for defense attorneys who structure settlements for injured parties on Medicare or Social Security Disability or who may need continued medical treatment after becoming Medicare entitled. The structuring process is complicated, and if not done properly, may result in the disqualification of injured parties over age 64 from receiving public benefits.
“Medicare Set-Asides—How To Keep Them From
Jeopardizing Your Settlement”
Thursday, March 10, 2:45 pm – 3:45 pm
Millennium Biltmore Hotel
506 South Grand Avenue. Los Angeles, 90071
For an ASCDC Seminar brochure, go ASCDC. I hope to see you there.
The ASCDC has since grown to become the nation’s preeminent regional defense organization. It now encompasses a diverse group of more than 2,200 men and women of all ages, races and religions, who practice from north of Santa Barbara to the Mexican border and from the desert of the inland empire to the shores of Santa Monica.
MEDVAL, LLC is a Maryland-headquartered limited liability company providing pre-settlement and post-settlement services for high-exposure workers’ compensation and liability claims that require Medicare’s interests to be protected pursuant to 42 U.S.C. 1395y(b)(2)