As was said before, this will take time. Medicare is always slow. Be patient.
Stephen L. Hoffman
Law Office of Stephen L. Hoffman LLC
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No one here will disagree that it is frustrating to deal with medicare when trying to resolve lien issues. Don't forget, your attorney doesn't get paid until you do, so to speak. There is no incentive for him/her to want to let things lay still if there is another alternative. Speak to your laywer to keep up to date.
I have NEVER received a "Demand for Payment" letter in as little as 3 months. Give it another 60 days. All correspondence from CMS is to you. It is only cc'd to your attorney so you know exactly what is going on.
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