Medical Provider Underpayment

The lawyers at Cox, Cox, Filo, Camel & Wilson L.L.C. have filed numerous actions against insurance companies, PPOs, and bill review companies who have systematically and routinely underpaid Louisiana medical providers. These claims include the following:

  • Claims for violation of the Louisiana PPO statute
  • Over 15,000 workers’ compensation underpayment claims on behalf of hundreds of Louisiana providers
  • Improper usual and customary discounts taken on hospital outpatient bills
  • Downcoding and other improper medical payment reductions
  • Over a dozen class actions filed against the managed care industry for improper medical payment reductions (resulting in recovery of over $260 million in settlements to date)

These are just a few examples of the types of improper payment cases handled by Cox, Cox, Filo, Camel & Wilson L.L.C. for the medical provider community.

If you are a medical provider and are having problems with getting your bills paid correctly, contact us today. The lawyers at Cox, Cox, Filo, Camel & Wilson L.L.C.  have been the lead Louisiana law firm representing Louisiana heath care providers.

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