One of the easiest ways to lower the settlement cost is through a structured Medicare Set-Aside. Not only does this reduce the payer’s cost of funding the MSA, but it also provides the injured worker a consistent stream of funds for injury-related medical care over their lifetime.
On June 7 at 2 pm (EDT) Tower will present an informative session on structured settlements for MSAs. Tower’s Chief Compliance Officer will moderate a special guest panel from Arcadia: Alisa Hofmann, Vice President – Workers’ Compensation and Medicare Practices and Lori Vaughn, Director of Arcadia Client Programs. This hour-long webinar will show how structured MSAs can benefit all stakeholders in a settlement – the injured party, Medicare and the insurance carrier or employer.
Attendees will learn:
- How to work with a structured settlement provider to incorporate an MSA structure into settlement.
- The methodology CMS uses to calculate a structured MSA.
- Rules around converting a CMS-approved lump sum MSA into a structured MSA.
- The role of a structured settlement broker pre-settlement, during settlement negotiations and post-settlement.
A Q&A session will follow the presentation, and you can provide questions you’d like to have answered when you register. Please click the link below and register today!
Please note that there is no CEU credit offered for this webinar.
About Alisa Hofmann:
Alisa is the Vice President of Workers’ Compensation and Medicare Practices at Arcadia Settlements Group and currently works on the Business Development team. She has been handling and overseeing Workers’ Compensation claims for almost three decades with various national carriers. Alisa obtained her BA in Organizational Communication at Otterbein University. She maintains her adjuster licensing in many states, also holds Life, Health, and Accident Licensing, and many Insurance Accreditations. Alisa has been an active member of the National Structured Settlement Trade Association since 2019, and a member of The MSP Network where she serves on the Professional Administration and Structure-Education Committee.
About Lori Vaughn:
Lori Vaughn has 15+ years of experience in the structured settlement industry and currently oversees structured settlement programs for multiple workers’ compensation and private insurance carrier clients. She leads teams of consultants, case managers, and corporate employees, and is the primary point of contact for the corporate management team for each client. Lori obtained her BS in Kinesiology from California State University, Fresno, and her MS in Kinesiology from California Baptist University. She holds her Life, Health, and Accident licenses in many states and is a member of the National Structured Settlements Trade Association.