MLRPortal Webinar

PI Lien Law: How Friendly is Your State?

 Tuesday, April 20, 2021 @ 7:00 pm PST

Attorney Alan Nesbit, who specializes in defending the legal rights of personal injury and out-of-network medical service providers, joins Michael for an in-depth look at state laws that are the most – and least – supportive of medical providers, how providers can navigate those laws, and how they can manage PI cases involving multiple state jurisdictions.

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Medical providers have the legal advantage in most states. But not always.

Sometimes patients have lawsuits that cross state boundaries. And that means you need to understand each state’s PI lien laws and the advantages and threats they represent to your case. You also need to know – and know when to use – the ethics rules governing attorneys with whom you’re working.

Naughty or nice?

Think you know which are the five best and five worst states for PI medical providers? You may be surprised. Here are the candidates.

  • California
  • Florida
  • Maryland
  • Wyoming
  • Arizona
  • Ohio
  • Virginia
  • South Carolina
  • Illinois
  • Indiana

PI can become your most profitable business segment.

Insurer write-downs, push-backs and hold-outs are making it hard for medical practices to make ends meet. Don’t let unfamiliarity with PI lien laws and rules make it even harder. Or sabotage what could become your most profitable business segment. We’ll take the mystery out of PI lien law.

Myth or Fact?

  1. PI liens are much the same in every state.
  2. Personal injury attorneys are governed by the same rules in every state.
  3. A one-third recovery of my billed amount is the industry standard.


“Wine with Mike” is a monthly, semi-private virtual meeting. Medical professionals and personal injury experts join Michael for an hour-long discussion on important topics critical to Doing Business Better in PI

Using Zoom, Michael leads each meeting with an expert guest(s) discussing important PI and business topics for 30-45 minutes. Followed by Q&A and open discussion. All attendees are welcome to participate with video and microphones but it is not required.

To attend, you must be a medical provider or medical provider staff, and also be a member of MLR’s online portal (free).  If you are not a portal member, use the blue button below to sign up.

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What the doctors are saying...

I enjoyed it very much and I came away with a lot of good information.  Thank you very much for doing this. Looking forward to the next meeting. – Jose

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Frustrated by PI Attorneys

Medical Lien Recovery can help!

There are far too many Patient Attorneys who hide results, take your MedPay, won’t communicate or won’t budge. Before, there wasn’t much a Medical Provider could do. Now there is with MLROutsource and the MLRPortal. 

MLROutsource is where we at MLR deal with the attorneys on your behalf, getting you faster and higher lien payments.  The MLRPortal is where we have educational content, tools, resources, forms and more to help you and your staff do-it-yourself. Whichever you choose, MLR and our entire team are here to help you Do Business Better in Personal Injury. 

Call us at 310-651-6391 if you have any questions or 

Nothing said in this webinar or the slides you are seeing should be construed as legal or fiscal advice.  Consult instead with your legal counsel and CPA, or other personal and business advisors.