He directs the growth of Ametros and works with its many partners and clients. He built his career leading customer-focused businesses in the healthcare and financial services industries. Prior to Ametros, he worked in investment banking, private equity and corporate development.
Leslie earned a B.A. in economics from Columbia University, as well as an MBA from the Wharton School and an M.A. from the Lauder Institute at the University of Pennsylvania.
The combination of professional administration with a structured settlement (annuity) is often the best way to protect an injured party’s settlement dollars in the event of an unexpectedly very costly year due to higher-than-anticipated medical needs after settlement. The combination of these services in a costly scenario allows the injured party to access more coverage […]
1. “What is my risk if my client makes mistakes with his Medicare Set Aside (MSA)?” 2. “What’s the chance that Medicare denies my client’s care because the client misused or misreported Medicare Set Aside funds? 3. “Why can’t my client just find coverage through another private insurance plan?” Determining the best approach to address […]
Medicare Set Asides (MSAs) are a critical component of many settlements. After settlement, the injured party must spend, track and report the MSA carefully according to guidelines provided by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS): Funds will be deposited in a separate interest-bearing account. All treatments and prescriptions need to be verified as being […]
Would you buy a house if you didn’t know its price or the continuing cost of your mortgage? It seems like a ridiculous question, but many claimants are asked to make decisions of the same magnitude on the non-Medicare covered portion of their settlements with little to no reliable information. Most of the time, claimants […]
When is the last time you haggled with your doctor over pricing? It’s certainly not a negotiation most Americans are prepared for or even one they know how to approach. However, when it comes to workers’ compensation settlements, the system anticipates that, after settlement, injured workers can persuade their doctors to bill them fairly, according […]
The almighty dollar is often just one component of a successful workers’ compensation settlement. Savvy negotiators recognize that they have several tools at their disposal when it comes to bridging the gap between the payer’s offer and the plaintiff’s demand, many of which dictate how and when the settlement dollars can be used. On both […]