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Title XXVII DEBTOR-CREDITOR RELATIONS

Chapter 430

< > Effective - 16 Jun 1981, see footnote bottom

  430.235.  Hospital liens to be valid against medical benefits paid to public assistance recipients. — Notwithstanding the provisions of section 430.230, every public hospital or clinic, and every privately maintained hospital, clinic or other institution for the care of the sick, which is supported in whole or in part by charity, located within the state of Missouri, or any such hospital duly incorporated under the laws of Missouri providing for the incorporation of eleemosynary institutions, shall have a lien upon any and all claims, counterclaims, demands, suits, or rights of action of any person admitted to any hospital, clinic or other institution and receiving treatment, care or maintenance therein for any cause including any personal injury sustained by such person as the result of the negligence or wrongful act of another, which such injured person may have, assert or maintain against the person or persons causing such injury for damages on account of such injury, for the cost of such services, computed at reasonable rates not to exceed the customary charges for the services and the customary charges for necessary X-ray, laboratory, operating room and medication services as such hospital, clinic or other institution shall render such injured person on account of his conditions.  The lien set forth in this section shall not be applied or considered valid against anyone coming under the workers' compensation law in this state.  The lien set forth in this section shall be considered valid and may be applied against medical benefits paid anyone under the provisions of chapter 208, whether such benefits are paid from state or federal funds, or a combination thereof.

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(L. 1981 H.B. 901 § 2)

Effective 6-16-81


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