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There will be an in depth discussion of the types of administration utilized in Workers' Compensation and Liability settlements, current practices in the industry, who currently utilizes some form of management as well as some differences from Workers' Compensation to Liability cases.  

Discussion topics will include:

  • Professional Administration/what cases are appropriate? Funding? WC different than Liability?
  • Separate funding for non-Medicare covered items
  • Self-Administration assistance tools/is the industry generally aware of this low cost  product?  
  • Employee utilization of  Set Aside funds

Is it realistic to think the average Employee can properly manage the funds in accordance with CMS Guidelines?  While there are no  guidelines in Liability cases, what would the expectation be? 


What exposures may exist to which parties if the administration is not broached at time of settlement?


CMS very recently sent a CPN (Conditional Payment Notice) to a Claimant an a Liability case seeking recovery  for both 'pre' and  'post 'settlement' treatment, could this be a precursor to what the NPRN (Notice of Proposed Rule Making) scheduled for September?



Members: $63
Non-Members: $83

Note: Credit card payments will be assessed a 3.5% convenience fee.

Continuing Education Credit

This webinar has been submitted for approval for one (1) hour of CLCP/CCLCP, CMSP, CWCP, CGCM, and MSCC continuing education credits.

Learn more about our Presenters

Porter Leslie, President, Ametros (Presenter)  

Porter Leslie is the President of Ametros. Leslie directs the growth of Ametros and works with its many partners and clients. He built his career leading customer-focused businesses in the healthcare and financial services industries. Prior to Ametros, he worked in investment banking, private equity and corporate development.

Leslie earned a B.A. in Economics from Columbia University, as well as an MBA from the Wharton School and an M.A. from the Lauder Institute at the University of Pennsylvania. Leslie is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese and resides in Boston with his wife, Ruth, and son, Camilo.


Angelo Sevarino, Of Counsel, Morrissey, Morrissey & Mooney LLC (Presenter) 

Over 46 years combined experience in the practice fields of workers' compensation, personal injury, Social Security Disability and Medicare including 13 years managerial experience in the commercial property-casualty insurance industry. Board-certified workers' compensation specialist certified by the Connecticut Bar Association Standing Committee on Workers' Compensation Certification and nationally credentialed by the Commission on Health Care Certification (CHCC) as a Medicare Set-Aside Consultant (MSCC)*.

Authored four texts in the fields of workers' compensation, Medicare and Social Security;  written numerous articles on workers' compensation and liability settlements, Social Security offsets and Medicare Set-asides; and presented at over 80 conferences and continuing legal education seminars.

Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Connecticut School of Law , teaching  a course in workers' compensation.

Thomas Spratt, MSP Settlement Consultant, Settlement Solutions (Moderator) 

With more than 40 years of experience in the insurance industry, Thomas Spratt is an authority on issues related to Medicare compliance and Workers’ Compensation claims. As  Vice President – Settlement Solutions, Tom is responsible for the NuQuest Settlement Team.. He oversees assessment of clients’ Medicare compliance programs, training of claims staff and client settlement strategies for costly or complex cases involving both Workers’ Compensation and Liability. Tom is also conversant in Special Needs Trusts and their role in the settlement of high-exposure, disputed Workers’ Compensation and Liability matters.   Tom developed a ground-breaking and widely emulated Medicare Set-Aside compliance program for a national carrier. He has spoken on this subject at numerous national insurance industry conferences.  Tom’s expertise spans all state and federal statutory jurisdictions, as well as employer liability suits.

Tom has a long record of active involvement in the insurance industry, serving on committees for the Workers’ Compensation Research Institute/WCRI, the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America/PCIAA and the Strategic Services on Unemployment and Workers’ Compensation/UWC. Tom also serves on committees for the National Structured Settlement Trade Association and the National Alliance of Medicare Set-Aside Professionals. Tom currently chairs the Education committee for NAMSAP (National Alliance of Medicare Secondary Payer Professionals) and also serves on the faculty of the CMSP (Certified Medicare Secondary Payer designation program); it is the only program where both the law and allocations make up the curriculum.

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