Jennifer S. Baker



Jennifer S. Baker is a shareholder in Carr Allison’s Medicare Compliance Group. She has extensive knowledge of the federal Medicare Secondary Payer Act.  She assists parties in workers' compensation and personal injury settlements with Medicare Set-asides, conditional payments, Section 111 Reporting issues and case-specific settlement language.  Jennifer frequently speaks on Medicare Compliance issues at seminars and conferences across the country.  She also authored an article regarding a Medicare Advantage Plan's right to seek reimbursement under the MSPA.


While in law school, Jennifer served as Research and Writing Editor for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy.




Jennifer grew up in a small town in North Georgia at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. She moved to Athens, Georgia to attend college (Go Dawgs!) and then Birmingham, Alabama for law school.  Jennifer lived in Birmingham for ten years before relocating to Jacksonville, Florida to be closer to family.  Jennifer enjoys spending with her husband and daughters and visiting the beach every chance she gets.

"Medicare Secondary Payer laws and regulations are constantly changing- my job is never boring- I love it!"


Medicare Compliance


State of Alabama

State of Florida



Alabama State Bar Association

Florida Defense Lawyers Association


University of Georgia, Bachelor of Science

Cumberland School of Law at Samford University, J.D., cum laude

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