MSA Confusion Reigns in Third-Party Liability Cases

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The confusion caused by gaps in CMS regulations regarding Medicare Set-Asides (MSAs) continues to grow. An aging population ensures that more people will become potential Medicare claimants if they are injured for any reason. While CMS has provided clear guidelines around the development of MSAs when injuries occur on the job, it has not been so forthcoming when those injuries occur in a third-party liability setting. Without such guidelines, both applicants/claimants and their legal representatives face potentially devastating consequences if they fail to 'guess correctly' about the appropriate use or non-use of an MSA in a third-party liability case.

Course Content


  • What's the difference? WCMSA versus LMSA
  • Why does guidance matter?
  • How to handle the void of regulation
  • Closing Statement

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