Successfully Managing Hospital Liens For Clients Nationwide
Medical liens are a critical tool for recouping costs. Texas law grants hospitals lien rights to recover costs for treating patients injured by third-party negligence. When properly perfected, the lien attaches to the judgment or settlement of any negligence cause of action involving the injury.
Plaintiff’s attorneys are actively trying to eliminate your valid hospital liens through manipulation of Chapter 55 of the Property Code. Plaintiff’s attorneys, for the first time, are aggressively using every attack they can to reduce or eliminate your hospital lien.
Enforcing Your Rights And Protecting Your Interests
At Bratton Firm Subrogation Services, we are a turnkey hospital lien vendor managing hospital lien recovery efforts for trauma facilitates in an attempt to maximize collection from self-pay patients whose injuries were caused by a third-party.
By outsourcing the hospital lien effort to Bratton Firm Subrogation Services, you will eliminate the overhead associated with the identification, investigation, and prosecution of claims. More importantly, you will allow an experienced personal injury attorney to be involved in negotiating with the plaintiff’s attorney in this highly adversarial climate for hospital lien recoveries.
We have developed a response to a myriad of tactics used by plaintiff’s attorneys that will eliminate the attacks and increase your recoveries. Please let us share this response with you.
Enlist An Experienced Legal Ally
Based in Austin, Texas, we manage medical lien programs with a meticulous attention to detail. Our clients include trauma facilities, hospital district indigent plans, and large hospital systems statewide. Utilizing efficient strategies and extensive legal experience, we work tirelessly to ensure swift and full recovery on medical liens.
Clients Appreciate the Wealth of Experience We Bring to this Area.
With an accomplished career spanning more than 35 years, our lead attorney has vast knowledge of the legal landscape affecting medical liens, including the Texas Property Code and HIPAA requirements. A certified specialist in personal injury trial law through the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, R. Louis Bratton is well-equipped with the advocacy skills essential for enforcing hospital lien rights.
Referral Letter: Texas Hospital Association
In today’s highly adversarial health care climate, relying on the support of a reliable and experienced legal team is invaluable. In particular, navigating hospital lien recovery can be a tricky and time-consuming process. For trustworthy counsel to help your team maximize recoveries, THA highly recommends The Bratton Firm Subrogation Services.
The Bratton Firm specializes in hospital lien recovery efforts for trauma facilities. Providing experienced legal allies to handle the process on your hospital’s behalf, Bratton attempts to maximize collection from patients whose injuries were caused by a third party.
THA’s value in our partnership comes with our own experience working alongside the Bratton Firm. During this past legislative session, the Bratton Firm collaborated closely with THA. THA relied on Bratton’s counsel during the legislative process, while working on potential hospital lien legislation. The effort exemplified their adroit knowledge and legal acumen as well as their tenacity in the legal environment.
THA recognizes The Bratton Firm as top legal counsel to ensure swift and full recovery on medical liens, making the firm one of a select few officially endorsed by THA to protect and advocate for our member hospitals.
It is without hesitation that I recommend The Bratton Firm Subrogation Services for our members.
Referral Letter: Texas Organization of Rural and Community Hospitals (TORCH)
We’re writing to recommend The Bratton Firm Subrogation Services, a turnkey, third-party hospital lien and subrogation recovery vendor, as the sole hospital lien and subrogation vendor that TORCH Management Services, Inc. (TMSI) endorses for our members.
With the constant changes in healthcare laws, we want to make sure our hospitals are protected by utilizing the help of an accomplished legal professional. We believe that that The Bratton Firm is honest, well-respected and focuses on their goals to achieve top results. R. Louis Bratton assisted in writing the law on healthcare subrogation that went into effect in Texas in 2014, and he continues to pave the way for hospital lien and health plan subrogation.
Mr. Bratton is a Board-Certified Attorney who will identify, investigate and prosecute claims from the beginning through the end of the case, with one of the most competitive rates around.
President and CEO
Texas Organization of Rural and Community Hospitals (TORCH)