Paid vs. Incurred Medical Expenses - by Associate Kealy Sehic

Johnson Trent Associate Kealy Sehic has authoried Paid vs. Incurred Medical Expenses:  Show Me the Bills.  
Kealy uses her indepth defense litigation experience in personal injury cases to examine the recoverability of past medical expenses.  She provides an overview of recent litigation regarding paid vs. incurred medical expenses.


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