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Citizens Insurance Company of America v. The United States

Roy Franco

in Insurance,Medicare

Facts: No Fault Insurance Carrier, Citizens Insurance Company of American (Citizens) filed suit against the U.S. with respect to eight motorists injured before the Medicare Secondary Payer Act became effective on December 5, 1980.  Each of the injured motorists was covered by Medicare since 2005.  Citizens paid medical expenses for the injured motorists under the requirements of the Michigan No-Fault

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Baumann v. American Family Mutual Insurance, 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 5247

Roy Franco

Facts: Plaintiff was struck by an underinsured motorist on February 5, 2010 and incurred over $200,000 in medical expenses.  Medicare was billed $101,202.98 of that expense and paid $19,523.40 in benefits.  Plaintiff, an insured under two separate automobile policies, issued by Defendant, sought reimbursement for her entire medical expense (more than $200,000) under her uninsured/underinsured motorist benefits.  Each policy provided