My Life as a TPA attorney vs. now

There two major differences that I see in being an attorney that works for a third party administration firm and my role at my law firm. First, I now offer an attorney-client relationship with my clients rather than protecting my employer’s (the TPA) interest.

Second, I can now take credit for correcting errors caused by a TPA. The reason I couldn’t do it before as a TPA attorney was that it was my administrators making the mistakes.  It’s hard to take credit for correcting your employer’s errors.

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