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Amy was honored to present at Charleston Association of Legal Assistants (CALA)'s luncheon in February.
Dealing with liens is a big part of the personal injury paralegal's job. Before a case can be closed, you need to verify the liens, communicate with lienholders, secure reductions, and document everything - often while juggling other tasks and cases. As with any undertaking where thousands of dollars are at stake, those who understand the process and its nuances are better positioned to obtain the best outcome.
If you missed Amy's presentation for IPE, sign up for a Focus Training session or follow on Facebook for a pop-up training! These provide a fun way to gain some knowledge with plenty of tips that are easy to use.
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I’m excited that this event I spoke at for IPE is now available OnDemand!
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Lien and Medical Bill Reduction Requests: Paralegal Tips and Tricks
Liens can take a big bite out of a personal injury settlement. Fortunately, many lien claimants are willing to negotiate a lower payoff amount. Do you know the secrets to getting significant reductions? This guide will supply you with real-world insights on drafting requests, getting reductions, and maximizing the client's recovery. Order today!
The Angle's Amy Johnson was honored to present for LawPracticeCLE on this hot topic...
Medical Record Analysis for Paralegals: Chronologies, Summaries and Expense Itemizations (On-Demand)
When working on cases involving personal injury, medical malpractice, workers’ compensation, nursing home negligence, or wrongful death, medical records can be the lifeblood of the case. Once the records have been obtained, it is essential to organize and maintain them in a way that is most useful to everyone working on the case. By developing an effective method for sorting and marking the records, you can add value to these cases.
This course will examine ways to review and chronicle the patient’s medical treatment in formats that are useful throughout the stages of litigation. Investing a bit of time into creating a solid medical chronology will save time and make money later! This course will also give you some easy tricks that you can implement now to transform your well-done medical chronologies into powerful demonstratives to use in demand letters and at mediation.