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[What is a Lien?]


WHAT IS A LIEN?

A lien, as it relates to this web site, is a contract between an injured person and his or her medical provider that states that the medical provider is willing to wait to be paid for medical services rendered until a settlement or verdict is reached.

These liens always include a provision that the injured person is fully responsible for the charges for medical services rendered no matter the outcome of the underlying lawsuit. Therefore, it is very important that the injured person discuss the merits of his or her case fully with his or her attorney before s/he begins treatment.

This kind of lien is generally not accepted without attorney involvement (i.e., a doctor will want to know that the injured person has representation).

If you do not have representation, we recommend our sister sites Asklawyers.com and the CyberAttorney Law Firm Directory.

DISCLAIMER: DOCTORS PARTICIPATING IN THIS DIRECTORY HAVE BEEN REQUIRED TO SUBMIT A CURRENT LICENSE TO PRACTICE A PARTICULAR AREA OF MEDICINE. NOTWITHSTANDING, YOUR USE OF THIS SYSTEM IS WITH THE UNDERSTANDING THAT THERE ARE NO GUARANTEES AS TO THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE TREATMENT NOR ANY GUARANTEES AS TO THE VALIDITY OF ANY LICENSES PROVIDED TO OUR COMPANY BEFORE A HEALTH CARE PROVIDER'S LISTING HAS BEEN PLACED ONLINE. THE USER, BY USING THIS SYSTEM, ACKNOWLEDGES THE ABOVE AND USES THIS SYSTEM AT HIS OR HER OWN RISK.

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