Texas Prompt Pay Attorney

Doctors and other medical professionals provide an immensely valuable public service, and they deserve to be compensated fairly for their hard work and dedication. Unfortunately, many insurance companies engage in practices that are intended to deprive medical care providers of the compensation to which they are entitled. In order to help resolve this problem, Texas enacted the Texas Prompt Payment Act in 2003, which is geared towards helping medical professionals get their due compensation.

Under the terms of the Texas Prompt Pay Act, doctors and other medical service providers who are not fully compensated for their work within specific timeframes may be able to recover compensation through a legal claim. If you are a medical professional in Texas who is experiencing difficulty receiving payment for your work, the attorneys at Williams Kherkher understand how frustrating it can be to have to deal with this type of hassle, but want you to know that there are steps you can take to get the payments you are owed.

Understanding the Prompt Payment Act of 2003

The Texas Prompt Pay Act does not cover all insurance programs, nor are all physicians who provide care to patients eligible to pursue a Prompt Pay Act claim. Because of the considerable complexity of the laws, we have created the following resources to help physicians and other medical professionals understand whether they may be entitled to pursue a claim:

If you are not receiving full payments in a timely matter, consider going through these resources to determine whether you are eligible to file a claim under the Texas Prompt Pay Act.

Contact a Prompt Pay Lawyer in Texas

Some medical professionals may find themselves in an especially strong position to file a Prompt Payment claim. Pursuing this type of legal action requires the resources necessary to effectively interact with legal counsel in the development of the claim. From technical difficulty to an arbitration process that can be fairly lengthy in some cases, it is important that those pursuing a claim be fully equipped to pursue the claim from beginning to end.

Additionally, those pursuing this type of legal action typically need a high volume of commercial insurance claims in order to make the effort worth their time and resources. Generally speaking, the greater the volume of claims and the more significant the difference between contracted and billed rates, the greater the likelihood of a substantial settlement becomes.

If you are considering pursuing a Prompt Pay claim or would like to know more about the details of the law as it may relate to your practice, a lawyer from Williams Kherkher can help. Contact us at (888) 220-0640 to discuss your eligibility, likelihood of recovering compensation, and how we may be able to help you.

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