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At the BLOCKBUSTER-18 seminar, Chad Hemmat of Anderson Hemmat will make a presentation on how to turn the most aggravating things insurance companies do into huge recoveries they agree to pay.
A typical problem for trial attorneys is that we get what we think is a settlement from the insurance company. We bring the client in and have him or her sign the release agreement. Then, the check never arrives. Where's the check?
We start following up. They tell us the check is NOT coming until we can show them how we intend to satisfy all liens. "I don't mean the real ones like Medicaid. I mean the ones like group health insurance," explained Hemmat. Does this sound familiar?
When they do this, they risk blowing the settlement. Find out how you can use these insurance company power-plays and turn them into insurance mishandlings that pays your client.
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