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Liens upon Illinois Tort Actions 2019 Edition

This handbook is a guide for attorneys dealing with complicated civil lien issues.

This handbook provides a wealth of information for both experienced practitioners and those newer to the practice area. This definitive work on civil liens addresses origins, perfection, and attachment of liens; attorney liens; the Health Care Services Lien Act; public aid liens (Medicare); workers’ compensation liens; benefit plan reimbursement under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act; Medicare recovery of overpayment; subrogation; and various other miscellaneous liens.

Listing of chapters, authors (with firms hyperlinked and location — city — noted), general editor(s) (if applicable).

 

Chapter 1 — Origins, Perfection, and Attachment of Liens

Ehsan Eftekhari, Eftekhari Law Offices, LLC, Evanston

 

Chapter 2 — Attorney Liens

Brian LaCien and Michael J. Schostok, Powers Rogers & Smith, Chicago

 

Chapter 3 — Health Care Services Lien Act

Cynthia S. Kisser, Lawrence H. Hyman & Associates, Chicago

 

Chapter 4 — Public Aid Lien (Medicaid)

Ehsan Eftekhari, Eftekhari Law Offices, LLC, Evanston

 

Chapter 5 — Workers’ Compensation Lien

Brian LaCien and Michael J. Schostok, Powers Rogers & Smith, Chicago

 

Chapter 6 — Employee Retirement Income Security Act Benefit Plan Reimbursement

Mark D. DeBofsky, DeBofsky, Sherman & Casciari, P.C., Chicago

 

Chapter 7 — Medicare Recovery of Overpayment

Linda M. Strohschein, Strohschein Law Group, St. Charles

 

Chapter 8 — Miscellaneous Liens

Leslie J. Rosen, Leslie J. Rosen Attorney at Law, P.C., Chicago

 

Chapter 9 — Subrogation

Mark D. DeBofsky, DeBofsky, Sherman & Casciari, P.C., Chicago

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This handbook provides a wealth of information for both experienced practitioners and those newer to the practice area. This definitive work on civil liens addresses origins, perfection, and attachment of liens; attorney liens; the Health Care Services Lien Act; public aid liens (Medicare); workers’ compensation liens; benefit plan reimbursement under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act; Medicare recovery of overpayment; subrogation; and various other miscellaneous liens.

Listing of chapters, authors (with firms hyperlinked and location — city — noted), general editor(s) (if applicable).

 

Chapter 1 — Origins, Perfection, and Attachment of Liens

Ehsan Eftekhari, Eftekhari Law Offices, LLC, Evanston

 

Chapter 2 — Attorney Liens

Brian LaCien and Michael J. Schostok, Powers Rogers & Smith, Chicago

 

Chapter 3 — Health Care Services Lien Act

Cynthia S. Kisser, Lawrence H. Hyman & Associates, Chicago

 

Chapter 4 — Public Aid Lien (Medicaid)

Ehsan Eftekhari, Eftekhari Law Offices, LLC, Evanston

 

Chapter 5 — Workers’ Compensation Lien

Brian LaCien and Michael J. Schostok, Powers Rogers & Smith, Chicago

 

Chapter 6 — Employee Retirement Income Security Act Benefit Plan Reimbursement

Mark D. DeBofsky, DeBofsky, Sherman & Casciari, P.C., Chicago

 

Chapter 7 — Medicare Recovery of Overpayment

Linda M. Strohschein, Strohschein Law Group, St. Charles

 

Chapter 8 — Miscellaneous Liens

Leslie J. Rosen, Leslie J. Rosen Attorney at Law, P.C., Chicago

 

Chapter 9 — Subrogation

Mark D. DeBofsky, DeBofsky, Sherman & Casciari, P.C., Chicago

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