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What Do You Need to Know About a Workers Comp and Medicare Lien Before Settlement

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Date Published

July 28, 2020


Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles


Medicare, Workers' Compensation


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Join Derek Tran as he moderates a panel with all stars Keith More and Eric Paris. They will arm you with the knowledge to successfully and competently conclude a case when there is a pending workers comp and/or Medicare lien. The two will share their dos and don’ts before settling. Keith will focus his presentation on workers comp and Eric will share his expertise when it comes to Medicare liens. Don’t miss this excellent opportunity to learn from these two talented trial lawyers.

This webinar is sponsored by Filevine.

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Derek Tran

Derek Tran is Founding Attorney of The Tran Firm which focuses on PI and Employment Law. In 2018, Derek was part of the trial... Read More

Eric D. Paris

Eric D. Paris, is the founder and Principal Trial Attorney of The Paris Firm (est 1994) located in Chino Hills, California.... Read More

Keith More

Keith More has been practicing law for 31 years. He has over 20 Civil Jury Trials and is an ABOTA member.Keith was Past... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

What Do You Need to Know About a Workers Comp and Medicare Lien Before Settlement
What Do You Need to Know About a Workers Comp and Medicare Lien Before Settlement - Handouts
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