How Requiring Uninsured Patients to Pay Chargemaster Rates Impacts Personal Injury Cases

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This week we discuss the Indiana Supreme Court decision in Allen v. Clarian Health Partners, Inc., which held that uninsured patients were required to pay the chargemaster rates and not a reasonable rate. Our analysis focuses upon how this decision impacts personal injury cases in light of the case Stanley v. Walker that held that injured persons are only permitted to recover the reasonable cost of medical expenses. We also provide a discussion of how to read an Indiana state court cause number.

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