WEBINAR FOR ATTORNEYS: Top 10 Ways to Get Health Insurance Claims Paid for People with Cancer
Join the Cancer Legal Resource Center (CLRC) and Kantor & Kantor for an MCLE-accredited* webinar for attorneys on Thursday, March 31, 2022, at 12:00 p.m. PST via Zoom.
This webinar provides one California MCLE credit, and is presented at no cost by the CLRC and made possible by the generosity of Kantor & Kantor, members of the CLRC’s Professional Panel and partners of the CLRC.
Registration is required. Sign up now at no cost at https://bit.ly/3L1JOdk.
This webinar is designed to educate attorneys about health insurance policies and will provide tips and practical advice for getting health insurance benefits paid for patients undergoing cancer treatment. From understanding plan terms, reading Explanation of Benefits, and submitting appeals, the webinar aims to provide 10 ways in which attorneys can advocate for their clients to maximize their insurance coverage.
This webinar will cover the following topics:
- Types of health insurance coverage
- Pertinent plan terms
- In-network and out-of-network benefits
- Submitting timely claims
- Explanations of Benefits
- Submitting quality appeals
- Communicating with the insurance company
- Medical necessity guidelines
- When to ask for help
- Laws that can help
Register now: https://bit.ly/3L1JOdk.
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The CLRC and Kantor & Kantor are pleased to present this webinar for attorneys on the CLRC’s Professional Panel across the U.S. The CLRC is not currently seeking continuing legal education from a jurisdiction outside California at this time. If you seek continuing legal education credit for a jurisdiction outside California, please direct further inquiries to the CLRC at email@example.com.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Cari Schwartz is a partner at Kantor & Kantor LLP, a contingency law firm specializing in obtaining health benefits. Cari submits appeals and litigates cases across the country to recover health benefits for her client’s health treatment. Her cases involve a wide variety of illnesses such as breast cancer, prostate cancer, eating disorders, mental health disorders, and substance use disorders. Prior to joining Kantor & Kantor, Cari practiced SSDI law for over 10 years and enjoyed the unique challenges of navigating the Social Security Administration’s disability system and getting her clients paid the benefits they deserved. Cari is consistently motivated to advocate for her clients.
Learn more about Kantor & Kantor at www.kantorlaw.net.
ABOUT THE CLRC:
The Cancer Legal Resource Center (CLRC), a program of the Disability Rights Legal Center, is the only national dedicated center for patients, survivors, caregivers, and health care professionals to access confidential cancer-related legal information and resources at no cost. The CLRC maintains a Professional Panel of qualified attorneys who can be matched with callers needing legal counsel.
The CLRC is seeking attorneys barred in any state with experience in a wide range of legal issue areas, including but not limited to employment, insurance, estate planning, government benefits, medical malpractice, consumer rights or family law to join its Professional Panel and to help people navigate their cancer-related legal concerns. All of this can be done remotely.
Learn more about CLRC’s Professional Panel: thedrlc.org/cancer/about/clrc-professional-panel.
Apply to join the Professional Panel: thedrlc.org/cancer/professional-panel-application.