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Do You Have Any Workers' Comp Liens? If so, you need to find out how Senate Bill 1160 will affect them - and you. SB 1160 has the potential to wipe out the value of your liens PLUS the extra $100 or $150 fee you paid!

10/8/2016
When: Saturday, October 8, 2016
9:00 AM
Where: via GoToWebinar
United States
Contact: CSIMS
800-692-4199


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Do You Have Any Workers' Comp Liens? If so, you need to find out how Senate Bill 1160 will affect them - and you.

SB 1160 has the potential to wipe out the value of your liens PLUS the extra $100 or $150 fee you paid!

 

 

Soon, Governor Brown will sign Senate Bill 1160, a comprehensive anti-fraud bill, which will dramatically affect all current and future workers’ comp liens. If you fail to take appropriate action in a timely manner, your liens will vanish by operation of law on July 1, 2017.

1.2 million current liens, worth nearly $11 billion, will be affected by this new law – yours are among them!  It will also affect your ability to file new liens in the future.

This legislation is not limited to situations where the provider “treated on a lien.”   It affects any situation when a lien becomes the only means to collect what is owed.

As a result of “breach of duty liens,”- liens made necessary because claims administrators do not comply with their obligations - this new law will affect every provider, physicians as well as non-physicians, whether or not you currently file liens.

 

  • How many liens do you have?
  • What are they worth and how much have you already invested to collect them?
  • Can you afford to lose them and the activation/filing fees you already paid?

 

Our distinguished faculty includes: 

 

Hon. Pam Foust, Esq. – retired workers’ compensation judge and author of “California Lien Claims in Workers’ Compensation Cases.”

Mona Nemat, Esq. – managing partner, Brissman Nemat; APC, specializing in lien litigation.

 

Carl Brakensiek, Esq. – Executive Vice President, CSIMS

Steve Cattolica – Director of Government Relations, CSIMS.

 



TO ACCESS THE WEBINAR: Upon receipt of completed registration form and payment, you will be emailed webinar access instructions to the address provided on the registration form.  

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS:
No continuing education credit is available for this program. 

TAX DEDUCTION OF EXPENSES: See Treasury Regulation 1.162.5 Coughlin v. Comm., 203 F.2d.307.

CANCELLATION POLICY: There will be a full refund of all fees paid if CSIMS cancels the program. If you cancel your registration before September 30, 2016, 70% of fees paid will be refunded. If you wish to cancel, you may opt to apply webinar registration fees towards the purchase of the audio course. NO refunds for cancellation requests received after September 30, 2016. All cancellations and exchanges must be received in writing (e-mail or fax accepted).


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