October 2013 Subrogation Newsletter

Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer, S.C. Attorneys At Law Pennsylvania’s Workers’ Compensation Third-Party Dispute If you think the recent Congressional civil war over cutting entitlements and spending, raising the debt ceiling, and funding Obamacare was a melee, welcome to
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In Obamacare Buildup, Hospitals Face a Self-Inflicted Wound

Article Written By:  John Tozzi   Taken From:  Business Week Liberty Hospital near Kansas City, Mo., has eliminated 120 jobs this year, closed its wound-care clinic, and stopped offering free rides to poor and elderly patients. The Cleveland Clinic is searching for ways to cut $250 mi
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Multiple States Continue to Target Self-Insurance

Article Taken From: Self Insurance Insistitute of America June 28, 2013 – It continues to be a busy legislative season at the state level with several important developments affecting companies involved in the self-insurance marketplace. Provided below is an update for the week
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Multiple States Continue to Target Self-Insurance

 Article Taken From: Self Insurance Institute of America June 21, 2013 – It continues to be a busy legislative season at the state level with several important developments affecting companies involved in the self-insurance marketplace. Provided below is an update for the week o
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Multiple States Continue to Target Self-Insurance

Taken From: Self-Insurance Institute of America, INC.   June 17, 2013 – It continues to be a busy legislative season at the state level with several important developments affecting companies involved in the self-insurance marketplace. Provided below is an update for the week of
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Multiple States Continue to Target Self-Insurance – Weekly SIIA Update

May 31, 2013 – It continues to be a busy legislative season at the state level with several important developments affecting companies involved in the self-insurance marketplace. Provided below is the latest updates as of this week. The full text of referenced bills, SIIA commen
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Multiple States Continue to Target Self-Insurance – Weekly SIIA Update

May 24, 2013 – It continues to be a busy legislative season at the state level with several important developments affecting companies involved in the self-insurance marketplace. Provided below is the latest updates as of this week.  The full text of referenced bills, SIIA comme
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Feds will need to enforce ACA reforms in 4 states

At least four states won’t enforce new sweeping insurance market reforms rolling out next year with the health law — leaving federal health officials in Washington to pick up the slack, yet another wrinkle in Obamacare implementation. Insurance regulation is a huge responsibility that
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Judge dismisses Missouri Medicaid lawsuit

A state court judge dismissed a lawsuit today that Molina Healthcare had filed in hopes of halting Missouri’s recent award of $1.1 billion in manged care contracts.   Read More..
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Missouri Slayer Law Preempted by ERISA

In Mitchell, et. al. v. Marcus Tyrone Robinson, Sr., et. al. the Plaintiffs are the grandparents of some minor children of Marcus Tyrone Robinson and his deceased wife. The allegation is that Mr. Robinson killed his wife. The wife had $121,000.00 in life insurance through her employer
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