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Liens in Illinois

Illinois law provides that in order to be a valid lien notice, the lien needs to be served on the injured party and the party against whom the claim or right of action exists. Additionally, the lien notice must include certain information. The lien must contain the name and address of the health care facility, the date of the injury and name and address of the patient.

Once there is a valid lien the health care facility has the right to be reimbursed from the claim. However, there is a limitation to the how much the health care providers are entitled to from the possible award. If the total amount of liens from health care providers is equivalent to or exceeds 40% of the settlement or verdict, then the total liens from the health care providers is limited to 20% of the funds.

The personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord & Kurth are experienced with motor vehicle accident claims and can help you or someone you know who has been in a motor vehicle accident. We have a track record of recovering millions of dollars due to car accidents and helping clients recover from their traumatic experience. Our personal injury attorneys are licensed in Missouri and Illinois. We have logged thousands of hours on the phone with insurance companies and recovered millions of dollars for medical bills, pain and suffering, and property damage. We have over 95 years of combined experience. Please contact us at (314) 300-3000 or (800) 391-4318 for a no-obligation assessment of your potential motor vehicle case.

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