Offering Nationwide Representation to Recover Paid Medical Claims
The Pittsburgh healthcare subrogation lawyers at Ainsman, Levine, LLC, offer healthcare subrogation guidance and representation that gets results. Our law firm has extensive experience recapturing significant revenue and investigating medical claims regarding third-party liability for clients nationwide.
We regularly recover funds for a variety of healthcare organizations, including large healthcare insurers, hospital systems, HMOs, and self-funded ERISA health plans. Contact our highly experienced healthcare subrogation counsel for help. We have built an excellent reputation for our efficient, effective work in handling:
Third party liability
Significant amounts of money are lost or overpaid by the healthcare industry each year due to ineffective healthcare subrogation practices – some of which would be recoverable if effective healthcare subrogation processes and procedures were in place. Our attorneys understand how important your bottom line is, and you can trust in our experience to recover any paid medical claims – in and out of court.
Healthcare subrogation issues can be extremely complex, and require the services of a law firm dedicated to effectively protecting your rights and keeping up-to-date on the latest practices, procedures, and legal rulings used to manage these issues. We understand the healthcare and health insurance industries, how they operate, and how to identify opportunities for recovery.
Whether through a negotiated settlement or a victory in court – you can trust that we will work tirelessly to get the best possible results for you and your organization. Contact our seasoned Pittsburgh healthcare subrogation lawyers today to discuss your medical care subrogation claims issues.
The Pittsburgh healthcare subrogation lawyers at the law firm of Ainsman, Levine, L.L.C, provide professional, efficient, and effective overpayment recovery services, helping healthcare providers recover paid medical claims for clients Nationwide and locally in western Pennsylvania.