Stotler Hayes assists national health care providers with complex collection obstacles, often involving Medicaid eligibility and recoupment. This is our story.
In 2012, former colleagues and close friends Elizabeth (Betsy) Stotler and Kelly Hayes founded Stotler Hayes because they were two lawyer-moms who wanted to work at an innovative distributed law firm that balanced, work, life, and clients. It did not yet exist… so they created it.
When Kelly and Betsy left their respective firms to start their own two-person practice, they had no formal business plan, no seeder loans, and only an idea of what they wanted to create. They did however, have a reputation for excellence, expertise and efficiency. It wasn’t long before their network of clients expanded beyond the capacity of any two-person team. Six months after founding Stotler Hayes, Kelly and Betsy hired their first associate. Since then, the firm has continued to grow and now includes over 50 full-time employees, including 28 attorneys practicing in over 33 states.
Stotler Hayes started, simply, as a concept: a law firm that recognizes its clients as individuals with unique challenges, goals and the potential for great growth. It’s what Kelly and Betsy wanted for themselves – to expand their work and their families, and to flourish, not just at work, but in life. It’s also what they wanted for their clients – health care providers – to grow their clients’ bottom lines and, in doing so, to help their clients’ business’ flourish.
Stotler Hayes is about growth. Growth is not a strategy; it’s a result. It’s a result of all that we put into everything we do each day. It’s what we’re about: growth, change, and betterment.
When asked what sets Stotler Hayes apart, Kelly or Betsy will tell you:
We are hands-on. Hearts-in. Guts out. We roll up our sleeves and we fight. You want us in your corner.
Please remember that every case is different. Any result we achieve for one client in one matter does not necessarily indicate similar results can be obtained for other clients