Yes, you will most likely have to pay back any funds received from these agencies out of your settlement proceeds. Your lawyer will attempt to negotiate and pay a sum less than what the agency paid out. Yet, the agency has the power as most settlement checks from insurance companies will list these agencies on the check meaning the check cannot be deposited until the agency signs the check.
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Yes, you will likely have to pay a lien amount from any settlement you receive. You should consult an attorney who can negotiate this amount for you.
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Your lawyer should be able to negotiate the lien down.
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