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How to Advocate for Insurance Coverage for Eating Disorder Treatment - Part II
If you or a family member are suffering from an eating disorder and experiencing difficulties with insurance coverage, we at Kantor & Kantor are here to help. We have designed a two-part, complimentary webinar to provide patients and their families with knowledge and insights to help you get health benefits authorized for eating disorder treatment. Part One of the Webinar was on May 28, 2020, which we will review.

In Part Two of the webinar you will learn:

• Technical solutions and practical information to help you through the process of submitting claims
• Challenging denials through appeals
• Updates on mental health litigation

We hope that having this information will give you the confidence to successfully challenge insurance denials.

Kantor & Kantor, LLP is a contingency law firm that works with individuals and their families to ensure health benefits get paid. Partner Elizabeth Green, and senior attorney Cari Schwartz specialize in coverage for mental health treatment and litigate cases across the country to hold insurance companies accountable.

Jul 9, 2020 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Elizabeth K. Green
Partner @Kantor & Kantor, LLP
Elizabeth K. Green is a partner with Kantor & Kantor who joined the firm at its inception in 2004. Elizabeth represents individual clients seeking health benefits pursuant to ERISA benefit plans. She has developed a specific focus on mental health benefits and particularly the protections provided by federal and state mental health parity laws. Elizabeth enjoys the unique challenges of ERISA and health law and being an effective advocate for her clients.
Cari M. Schwartz
Senior Associate @Kantor & Kantor, LLP
Cari M. Schwartz is a senior associate with Kantor & Kantor who joined the firm in 2014. Cari’s entire legal career has focused on client advocacy. Before joining Kantor & Kantor, Cari spent over a decade representing disabled individuals before the Social Security Administration and helped thousands of individuals obtain their disability benefits.