Handling Subrogation Law Matters for Personal Injury Firms Nationwide
Subrogation is a niche area of law not handled by many law firms. An experienced subrogation attorney is a valuable asset for a personal injury attorney seeking to maximize recovery on behalf of his or her clients.
At Magruder Law, located in Louisville, Kentucky, we are singularly focused on subrogation law and work with personal injury firms across the nation. Attorney Linda R. Magruder provides the experience and insight to spare personal injury law firms the time and expense of handling complex subrogation issues.
Having worked for two and a half years as associate general counsel and director of disability recoveries for the largest subrogation vendor in America, attorney Magruder has a broad perspective on subrogation law that helps her successfully navigate these complex legal waters for her clients.
A Law Firm Serving Personal Injury Lawyers
As a subrogation law attorney, Linda R. Magruder knows firsthand the challenges and time constraints of handling personal injury claims for plaintiffs. When a health care or disability plan including ERISA benefit plans, Medicare and Medicaid pursues a subrogation claim against a personal injury recovery, it can significantly impact the compensation available to the injured party. Defending against such claims is a burdensome task that most personal injury attorneys would rather avoid.
Our firm is dedicated to taking this task off your hands, so you can focus on all of the other elements of personal injury claims. We are familiar with all of the successful strategies in defending against subrogation reimbursement claims involving ERISA benefit plans, plans for federal employees, and other health and disability benefit plans.
Contact Us · Kentucky Attorney Handling Subrogation Claims
If you are seeking the services of an experienced subrogation law attorney, please contact us online or by telephone at 502-690-6611. We handle a broad range of subrogation law matters, including subrogation claims involving mass torts, ERISA benefits, plans for federal employees and more.