The only professionals that may have a lien on my funds are the State of TN Tenncare government insurance.They provided coverage for the services that were rendered.I did not have private insurance. Im not sure if my attornies hired them or company being sued. I signed a release letter and was under the impression that if i didnt agree to the lien resolution that they could hold back a larger percentage than the initial 30% if I agreed.I was told by my attorney that the company (Bayer) could hold the funds for 120 days after the first distributionwhich was in Dec 2012 and it is now June 2013. I made several attempts, ie: Phone calls and numerous messages, to at least get a status as to the release of the remaining funds but my attorney (whenever she answers) is very nonchalant and irritable and replies to my inquiries with, "When I hear something,I will let you know".I was speaking with the case manager from the lien resolution group that has,up until three weeks ago,communicated with me very well and was giving me good feedback on the status.But lately I havent been getting in contact with anyone. They(lien resolution group) are never in the office and never returns my calls. Attorney never has an answer. What is going on and why is everyone avoiding me.That is so unprofessional.Can you please help me understand?
Yes I been placed on Blood thinner (lovenox) permanently. 2 injections per day which means I have to visit doctors office frequently.
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