Assignment of Rights
Michigan medical providers can protect themselves in the wake of the recent May 25, 2017 Michigan Supreme Court ruling in Covenant v State Farm by ensuring that they are obtaining a legally binding assignment of rights from their patients at the appropriate time. Call for a free consultation to make sure you are recovering for services provided to Michigan car accident patients.
Contact our firm at 844.464.3476 to speak to a medical provider lawyer about an assignment of rights form that makes sense for your facility.
Hospital Assignment of Rights
Under Michigan law, hospitals can obtain an assignment of rights for their patients involved in No-Fault car accidents to seek reimbursement for services including, but not limited to ER visits, surgical procedures, in-patient therapy, professional fees, and facility fees.
Surgeon Assignment of Rights
Under Michigan law, surgeons can obtain an assignment of rights from surgical patients who were injured in a Michigan car accident for services including, but not limited to professional fees, facility fees, costs of durable medical equipment, and more.
Physical Therapy Assignment of Rights
Under Michigan law, physical therapists can obtain an assignment of rights from auto accident victims to seek reimbursement for services including, outpatient physical therapy, exercises, in-home therapy, occupational therapy, and more.
Chiropractic Assignment of Rights
Under Michigan law, chiropractors may obtain an assignment of rights from auto accident victims to help recover unpaid balances for chiropractic services that are within the scope of practice of Michigan's No-Fault Act. Contact us at 844.464.3476 to learn more about the Michigan No-Fault scope of chiropractic.
DISCLAIMER: This information is for general purposes only and is not intended to serve as legal advice. Contact an experienced Michigan lawyer for more information about the No-Fault Act and how it applies to your Michigan medical facility.