Subrogation Services: The Advantages Of Partnering With Lawyers

Subrogation claims represent a significant source of financial recovery for payers and providers. However, a multitude of challenges can arise in identifying and successfully prosecuting these claims. Choosing the right vendor to protect your subrogation rights can make a marked impact on your success.

At Bratton Firm Subrogation Services, you will find time-tested subrogation services from an accomplished legal team. Led by a highly acclaimed attorney with more than 30 years of experience, our team understands the keys to success in identifying, investigating and prosecuting subrogation claims.

Why Choose Us?

At our firm, you will benefit from:

  • State-of-the-art software designed to accurately identify potential claims
  • A thorough approach to investigating claims and analyzing the legal grounds for third-party liability
  • Highly honed negotiation and litigation skills geared toward resolving claims as quickly, efficiently and favorably as possible
  • The guidance of a lawyer whose many credentials include board certification in personal injury trial law through the Texas Board of Legal Specialization
  • We are thoroughly familiar with both contractual and statutorily controlled subrogation rights, as well as those statutory provisions that require you to have an attorney prosecute your subrogation claim. We will prevent plaintiff's attorney's fees and expenses from being imposed on your subrogation claim.
  • Risk-free contingency fee representation

Our strong track record of results illustrates the diligence and determination we bring to this practice.

In the first year of service with Bratton Firm Subrogation Services, our rate of return on subrogation claims was 1,000 percent higher than the prior five years combined of returns offered by the previous vendor of record.

Who We Serve

With convenient offices in Austin and Port O'Connor, Texas, we represent clients nationwide, including:

  • Premium-funded health insurance companies
  • Self-funded health plans
  • Medicaid/Medicare contractors
  • CHIPS providers
  • Government employee plans
  • County indigent health care plans
  • Property and casualty insurers
  • Self-insured businesses
  • Workers' compensation and disability insurers
  • Hospitals with medical liens

All told, our health insurance subrogation practice serves more than 2.5 million plan members scattered throughout the United States.

To learn more about partnering with us, please call our office at 512-477-8772 or contact us online.