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Almost every personal injury case has medical liens. In addition, a medical lien is a medical provider or medical insurance company’s right to be paid, out of the injury victims recovery. In other words, it is a demand for repayment that can be placed against your personal injury case. Some medical providers will ask the injured victim to sign a lien letter. Furthermore, this will state that you submit to the lien against your personal injury settlement. Additionally, liens must be filed in the recorder’s office of the county where the hospital is located. The lien has to filed within 180 days after you are released from the hospital. Also, liens must have a proper name, address, name and address of the hospital, and the dates of service.
A hospital liens varies by state. For instance, there are four elements that are involved when filing for a hospital lien in the state of Maryland. The hospital would need to:
However, the lien in Maryland is only for 50% of the recovery or sum which the patient may collect in judgement, settlement, or compromise.
We see these cases very often when a client is filing for a medical malpractice. Our attorneys, here at Malloy Law Offices, LLC, are experts at these situations. Click here to see how our lawyers take care of these scenarios. Don’t get left with the burden of bills, let us get you the best settlement. Lastly, call (888) 607-8690 for a free consultation.