Liability of person or insurer to hospital and physician
- • conditions
- • deadline for filing claim
(1) A person or insurer shall be liable to a hospital and physician for the reasonable value of hospitalization services and medical treatment rendered out of the moneys due under any payment, award, judgment, settlement or compromise, after paying the attorney fees, costs and expenses incurred in connection therewith, or the proportion of that amount as determined under ORS 87.555 (Hospital and physician lien) (3), if the person or insurer:
(a) Has received a notice of lien that complies with ORS 87.565 (Notice of lien required);
(b) Has not paid the hospital and physician the reasonable value of hospitalization services and medical treatment that the hospital and physician rendered; and
(c) Pays moneys to the injured person, the heirs or personal representative of the injured person, the attorney for the injured person or for the heirs or personal representative of the injured person, or a person not claiming a valid lien under ORS 87.555 (Hospital and physician lien), as compensation for the injury suffered or as payment for the costs of hospitalization services or medical treatment incurred by the injured person.
(2) An action arising under subsection (1) of this section shall be commenced within 180 days after the date of payment under subsection (1)(c) of this section. [1999 c.146 §7 (enacted in lieu of 87.580)]
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