About UsPhilip J. Chanfrau is a personal injury trial attorney. Phil started his practice in Daytona Beach with his former law partner and brother, Bill Chanfrau in 1977. Phil and Bill continued to work together until 2002. Phil started a new...More....
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Tag Archives: Settlements
What happens when a Federal agency like the SEC or FTC does not protect the public from massive corporate wrongdoing? Like the corporate wrongdoing on Wall Street? That is the Agency job, and sadly some agencies are like toothless dogs when … Continue reading
I got a call yesterday from a client who was in a car accident with injuries. His car had some property damages, and he did not want to have his own insurance pay for it because he has a $500 … Continue reading
When a client has a settlement offer on the table and has to take it or leave it, and knows that it is likely the maximum amount he will be offered to settle, he needs to consider the adverse consequences … Continue reading
Medicare pays doctor’s bills, hospital bills and nursing home care. If the Medicare patient needs these types of medical care because of an accident, Medicare pays on the expectation that at the end of the case, Medicare will be reimbursed … Continue reading
When a child gets injured and someone else is responsible, it is up to the child’s parents (or the one with legal custody if they are divorced) to protect the child’s legal rights. Any settlement for a child under 18 is … Continue reading
Historically when a settlement involving a client with medicare occurred, the plaintiff’s attorney would negotiate the amount of the payback due medicare. It took months of haggling with a bureaucrat about whether the bills paid by Medicare were related to … Continue reading