What’s my remedy when a medical provider asserts a lien on a client's case that is invalid because it is for treatment for an injury unrelated to the actual claim?
Answer: You can recover your attorney fee for an action to cancel or construe the lien if you prevail. See: Luetkemeyer v. Magnusson, 2007 OK CIV APP 45, 162 P.3d 970: Physician liable for patient’s attorney fee in removing lien as improper.
Posted on Thu, June 30, 2011
by Sharon Coleman filed under