Don’t Leave Your Right To Recovery In The Hands Of Nonlawyers.
Subrogation claims are an important pathway to recovering losses. Partnering with a trusted legal ally on these claims can go a long way toward protecting your bottom line.
To the extent that your subrogation rights are controlled by statute, you may be required to utilize the services of an attorney in your subrogation efforts or else you sacrifice an additional 1/3 reduction in attorney’s fees from the already reduced statutory claim. In Texas, examples would be Texas Healthcare Subrogation Act, Chapter 140 Civil Practices and Remedies Code and Texas Worker’s Compensation Act, Provision 417 of the Labor Code, which mandate the use of attorneys on behalf of the payor. All states have similar acts for some form of subrogation. We successfully fight the imposition of attorney’s fees.
At Bratton Firm Subrogation Services, we provide comprehensive nationwide third-party liability recovery services for premium-funded health insurance companies, self-funded health plans, Medicaid/Medicare contractors, CHIPS providers, government self-insured pooled programs, county indigent healthcare plans, hospital district indigent plans, property and casualty insurers, self-insured businesses, workers’ compensation, disability insurers, hospital system self-insured health plans and hospitals with medical liens. Utilizing state-of-the-art software, we readily identify potential claims and conduct thorough investigations to evaluate potential third-party liability. Our attorneys then negotiate or litigate these claims to secure full and swift reimbursement.
Call 512-477-8772 or reach out to us online for more information about our third-party liability recovery services. With offices in Austin, Texas, we manage subrogation claims on behalf of clients nationwide.