Fighting Insurers Purchasing Hospital Liens -- GEICO/Claim Tech Task Force

Published by Texas Trial Lawyers Association


1. LOR to the Insurance Company
2. LOR to Hospital (threatening HIPPA suit)
3. Suit vs. 3rd -Party Lien Purchaser
4. Suit vs. Hospital for Selling Lien
5. Suit in Equity vs. “Officious Intermeddler”
6. Bankruptcy – alleging depletion of the estate
7. Statewide Class Action vs. 3rd Party Lien Purchasers

Mikal C. Watts
Born July 17, 1967, in Corpus Christi, Texas, Mikal C. Watts earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas in 1987, receiving a Bachelor of Arts with high honors after just two years of study. He graduated with honors from the University of Texas School of Law in 1989 at the age of twenty-one.

In 1989-1990, Mr. Watts worked as a briefing attorney for Hon. Thomas R. Phillips, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Texas. In September, 1990, he became an associate at David...More

Originally Published

December 7, 2017

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