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Mena R. Francis, ESQ.

Mena R. Francis, Esq. has extensive experience representing medical providers and facilities in wrongfully denied PIP claims. With over five years of experience serving as in-house counsel to a medical management company, and three years in private practice focused on no-fault/pip collections, Mr. Francis knows what it takes to make sure providers collect fast.

Mena Francis graduated from the Rutgers School of Business, in New Brunswick, NJ in 2008, obtaining his B.S. in Finance and minoring in Political Science. Following Business School, Mena attended Seton Hall University School of Law, obtaining his JD degree in 2011. After graduating, Mena served as in-house counsel to a start-up medical management company, spearheading the development of a No-Fault/PIP collections department, which ultimately generated an average yearly collection stream of 7 million dollars for medical providers and facilities.

Coming from the medical providers‘ side, Mr. Francis has a unique understanding of the pressures that providers face with delays in getting their account receivables paid because of denied claims. Therefore, having the right protocols and documents in place is key to ensuring fast recovery. Mr. Francis will work with you to make sure you have all the documents in place to commence the arbitration process and to ensure fast recovery.

Mena Francis is licensed to practice law in New Jersey and in the Federal District Court of New Jersey. Mena resides in Bergen County. He is an active member of his church community, where he coaches boy’s JV and high school basketball for St. Mark’s Archdiocese in Cedar Grove, NJ. In his free time, Mena enjoys running, playing, and watching sports.

Bar Admission

  • New Jersey State Bar – 2013
  • United States District Court, State of New Jersey – 2013

Education

  • Rutgers University, Bachelors of Science in Finance – 2008
  • Seton Hall University School of Law, Juris Doctorate – 2011