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If you are injured in an accident or at work, your health should be your top concern. Yet paying for medical care can be a confusing and frustrating experience. Accident claims can take years to resolve, and workers’ compensation claims can be denied, which can limit your compensation while you are out of work.

RevClaims assists with all the paperwork and sorts through the complicated coverage issues common with accident claims, so your medical providers receive appropriate payments from insurance companies and other parties who may be responsible for your medical bills. With specialized, experienced staff and advanced technology, RevClaims pursues insurance payment opportunities to help you avoid paying out of pocket for any medical care associated with an accident.

We work on behalf of the hospital where you were treated and provide claims management resources to benefit both you and your hospital. If you have retained an attorney because of an accident, RevClaims will also work with your legal representative to resolve your accounts.

How RevClaims Works With You

Our insurance claims management specialists will speak with you to learn more about the accident or injury and to determine the types of coverage which may be available to help pay for your medical care. RevClaims will then file the necessary paperwork, which may include a healthcare lien, and work to make sure that the correct insurance company receives and pays your medical bills. If you have a specific question about your account, please refer to our FAQs below or call our office at (601) 345-8500 or toll-free at (877) 653-1721.

The Facts About a Hospital Lien

At RevClaims, our goal is to provide information in order to alleviate the stress and misunderstanding often created by unfamiliar insurance processes. Hospital liens are a perfect example.

In many states, hospitals are permitted to file something called a “lien” in order to receive payment for services provided in connection with an accident. Liens typically involve all parties, including insurance companies and those who were injured. What is important to know is that they do not affect your credit rating or put your personal property or home at risk. These are common misperceptions. Instead, hospital liens simply seek payment for healthcare services from insurance coverages. They are not for the purpose of demanding a payment from you.

RevClaims has a great deal of experience guiding patients and their attorneys through the lien process. We take the time to explain it to you each step of the way, and to make sure your medical providers receive payment from the correct insurers.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Patients

RevClaims is helping the hospital gather information about a recent accident in which you were involved. With your assistance, we will forward your hospital bill to the appropriate insurance companies or other liable parties for payment. Patients sometime mistake us for a collections agency, but we are not. RevClaims is a healthcare solutions company that supports getting the appropriate insurance company to pay your medical bills. We work to ensure that your hospital bill is paid quickly by the correct insurers. If you have any questions, please call us at (601) 345-8500 or toll-free at 1-877-653-1721, or contact us here.
No. RevClaims is not a healthcare collections agency. RevClaims is a healthcare solutions company that assists you in getting the appropriate insurance company to pay your medical bills.
When someone is involved in an accident, some state laws permit hospitals to file a lien and to send a copy of it by certified mail to the patient. These laws are meant to ensure that the hospital receives reimbursement for the medical services provided to the patient for accident injuries when insurance or settlements are paid. It is important to know that these liens are strictly against any insurance payments associated with the accident. They are not against your property or your house, nor will they impact your credit rating. However, if you have hired an attorney to represent you in an accident claim, it is important to make sure you provide him or her with all documentation related to your claim.
If you do not receive any money from the liable insurance company, and you do not receive a settlement from the other party involved in the accident, the hospital lien may be released.
Next steps will depend on your specific circumstances. Please contact our office and speak to one of our representatives so we can learn more about your specific situation.
Yes. Even if a third party is at fault for an accident, you may carry insurance that can provide coverage for your medical bills. Medical payments/PIP policies are among these types of insurance, and they are used to pay some — or possibly all — of your medical bills depending on the amount of coverage and/or the balance owed to the hospital. Many states require you to exhaust your medical payments /PIP policy before you can pursue a claim against another person’s third party liability insurance policy.
Please contact our office immediately at (601) 345-8500 or toll-free at (877) 653-1721 to discuss your accident with one of our representatives. We will help determine the correct insurance company with which you should file the accident or injury claim.
When you are injured in an accident, motor vehicle coverages are often responsible for the medical bills, and health insurance has complex rules that can vary regarding coordination of benefits. Please contact one of our claims management representatives at (601) 345-8500 or toll-free at (877) 653-1721 to discuss your specific situation.
Because Medicare and Medicaid are government health programs, state and federal regulations may require that all other third party liability, motor vehicle insurance, or workers’ compensation coverages are pursued to pay the bills. Medicare and Medicaid generally pay as a last resort if no other funds are available.
If you have any other questions, please contact RevClaims at (601) 345-8500 or toll-free at 1-877-653-1721, or contact us here. Our specialists look forward to assisting you.