Medicare: Do You Know All You Should?
Do I Always Need a Lawyer In Medicare Disputes?
Of course not, and, in fact, we recommend that for certain problems you do not incur the cost of an attorney. Remember to use a cost-benefit analysis in this area, as well as others, in deciding to retain an attorney. Examine the amount of the dispute and make a determination of whether it would be worth the cost of an attorney, even if you are a member of our reduced fee legal plan.