San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 10, 2013
Power Liens, the largest directory of personal injury physicians working on liens was recently featured in an article on medical liens in the legal publication Plaintiff Magazine. This magazine is distributed to plaintiff attorneys in Northern California. Attorneys in four states are using PowerLiens.com everyday to find doctors on liens for their clients.
The article, by Stephen Ellison, covered a broad range of topics and issues in the world of personal injury law and the use of medical liens. Some of these topics included
referral services (including Power Liens), medical group providers, financial intermediaries, convenience for PI clients, transperancy of lien-based treatment, the necessity of using liens, the attorneys cost, using financial intermediaries.
The article interviewed a number of influential individuals involved in medical liens including P.J. Javaheri, CEO of Power Liens, Samantha Parker, president and CEO of Doctors on Liens, an anonymous administrator of a medical group, an anonymous president of a national medical-lien service company, Greg Rizio, a plaintiffs’ attorney based in Southern California's Inland Empire, Miles Cooper, a San Francisco-based plaintiff’s attorney, and Thomas Stolpman, a plaintiffs’ trial attorney based in Long Beach.
Stephen Ellison is a freelance writer based in San Jose and a regular contributor to Plaintiff. Contact him at ssjellison(at)aol(dot)com. The article was titled, "Medical liens: Necessary evil or litigation advantage?" and the full text can be found here.