Self-Funded Plan

If your health insurance pays for medical bills associated with a personal injury claim, does the insurance have the right of subrogation for the amount paid? The answer to this questions is dependent on the type of insurance you possess. If you are enrolled in a self-funded ERISA plan, then Missouri law is superseded and the document will be construed under applicable federal law. To make the determination of whether the plan is self-funded or not, may be deciphered from Form 5500. It is generally a good idea to get an experienced personal injury attorney to assist you in these types of matters due to the complexity. The skilled St. Louis personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord & Kurth have more than a century of combined experience, understand how to represent these different nuances in the law. The firm has a proven track record in successfully handling and settling countless cases, and will fight vehemently to get you the compensation you deserve. Please call today to schedule a free consultation.

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