Franco Signor

At Franco Signor we are passionate about the Liability and Workers’ Compensation industry groups we serve. We are dedicated to leading the evolution of the marketplace with our innovation and oversight.

At Franco Signor our passion and dedication guide us everyday in our endeavor to provide our clients superior solutions, unmatched service, and market leadership.



Franco Signor is the nation’s recognized leader in Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) Compliance. Our management team is comprised of individuals who have provided innovative solutions in this complex arena since 2001. At Franco Signor, we understand the individual nature of each client and claim and employ a unique and comprehensive "Four Phase" approach to provide the correct solution every time.

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MSP Blog

State Appellate Court Reinstates Plaintiff’s MSP Private Cause of Action Against No-Fault Insurer – “Demonstrated Responsibility” can be Established Without a Settlement, Judgment, or Award based on Insurance Contract

We recently posted a blog regarding CMS’ May 5th webinar wherein CMS expressed their intent to recover conditional payments in Ongoing Responsibility for Medical (ORM) cases. This statement during CMS’ webinar was somewhat of a surprise, as CMS’ recovery contractor … Read more »


California WC Statute Helpful to Reduce WCMSA Allocations

SB 863 launched Independent Medical Review (IMR) for California Workers’ Compensation claims. This important shift in how medical treatment is managed in a workers’ compensation claim would inevitably lead to adjustments for workers’ compensation Medicare-Set Aside allocations (WCMSAs). In a … Read more »


May 5th, 2015: CMS Hosts Webinar on Applicable Plan Appeals; Announces Plans to Collect Conditional Payments in ORM Situations

Yesterday, CMS held a webinar on the applicable plans newly created right of appeal that went into effect on April 28, 2015. Because of the Strengthening and Repaying Taxpayers (SMART) Act, CMS was required to develop regulations outlining how an … Read more »


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