Liens Reimbursement Lawyer in Long Island
It is common practice for medical providers, Medicare, and other parties, to take a lien against a personal injury case. If you were injured in an automobile accident, and you settled your personal injury case and liens were paid off from your settlement, you may still be owed more money.
Many Personal Injury Law Firms settle a Personal Injury Case, pay off the lien, pay the injured person, and close the file.
At TonaLaw, we fight to recover that lien money for YOU. Fill in a free case evaluation below to see if you qualify. You have nothing to lose, and possibly thousands of dollars to gain.
“I had a very good experience with the office of Thomas Tona, the office staff was very professional and very helpful with your every need. Could not say enough good things about the whole staff, would definitely recommend this office for your personal injury and arbitration needs.”
– Ann G.
Lost Wages Client
$7500 Lost Wages Settlement
“My experience with TonaLaw has been phenomenal. I couldn’t ask for a better representation on everyone who has worked with me to keep me afloat. It means so much to me I can’t make the law move faster but everything the TonaLaw law firm has done for me has been fast and wonderful.”
– William K.
Lost Wages Client
Over $30,000 in awards and counting
“I am definitely a happy camper. TonaLaw worked really hard on my cases. I am getting the money back to me that I was actually owed in two cases. One was an Erisa Medical Lien and the other was a Lost Wages Recovery. The staff always got back to me right away, and the attorneys always answered all of my questions. I could reach out at any time and get an answer about any topic that seemed confusing to me, and they educated me about it. I always got a call a day in advance if I needed to appear in court or make an appearance. I highly recommend TonaLaw.”
Lost Wages and Medical Liens Reimbursement Client
Over $10,000 in awards and counting
What claims are eligible for arbitration?
TonaLaw can help you get paid for the following:
- Medical Provider Liens
- Medicare and Medicaid Liens
- Surgical Funding Liens
- Health Insurance Liens
- Lost Wages