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Jay Bansal Supports the Community Through the Indo-American Cultural and Religious Foundation of Arizona

For the past 15 years, former attorney, Jay Ankur Bansal has made an indelible mark on the business world. From owning gas station convenience stores, real estate, hotel and apartment projects, medical-legal funding, and medical software companies, Jay Bansal is a steadfast, loyal entrepreneur who takes great pride in helping others. He and his wife of 25 years, Rajani Bansal are heavily involved in the community and giving back.

One of his commitments is to the well-established Indo-American Cultural and Religious Foundation of Arizona in Phoenix. The organization was founded in 1987 by a group of visionary community leaders, which included Jay Bansal’s parents, with the goal of keeping the community united. The Foundation helps support and lead the Indo-American community’s social, cultural, and religious activities in the metro Phoenix area.

Jay Bansal has been extremely active in the Foundation, serving as its President in 2003, as well as various other positions over the years. He …

Jay Bansal’s Start-Up, Midwest Medical Services, LLC Helps Clients Get Medical Attention Before their Case Settles

What happens if an individual is injured in an accident, but does not have health insurance? Where do they go for treatment, and how will they ever tackle all of the out-of-pocket costs for their medical needs? Midwest Medical Services, LLC is a medical lien finance company that offers medical services through a list of providers and will work with clients until their personal injury case has settled. Jay A. Bansal has connections with MRI facilities, primary care doctors, physical therapists, chiropractors, pain management doctors, orthopedic surgeons, neurosurgeons and surgery centers.

Midwest Medical Services, LLC has funded claims for patients throughout the United States. Jay Ankur Bansalensures that Midwest Medical Services partner patients with choice physicians and healthcare providers that will tend to their personal medical needs, providing the highest quality of care with no out of pocket costs to the injured victim. When patients are suffering, the last thing they want to w…

Jay Bansal, CFO with iMed Transport Helps Simplify Patient Logistics and Planning

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Jay Bansal, CFO with iMed Transport Helps Simplify Patient Logistics and Planning For the past 15 years, former attorney, Jay Ankur Bansal has made an indelible mark on the business world. From owning gas station convenience stores, real estate, hotel and apartment projects, medical-legal funding companies, and medical software companies, Jay Bansal is a steadfast, loyal entrepreneur. Jay Bansal has been involved with several cutting-edge start-up medical software companies, one in particular, iMed Transport, of which he is the current CFO. iMed Transport is an automated, cloud-based software system designed to simplify the medical transportation process. iMed helps link healthcare providers with ambulance providers to optimize operations for healthcare, medical transportation, and patient care. Any mobile device or desktop can safely and conveniently access iMed Transport. Users now can quickly request transportation services and electronically submit documentation using a simple form…

About Jay Bansal Lawyer

About Jay Bansal Lawyer
I was born in Worchester, MA. My father is a retired pediatrician and I grew up in the Phoenix area. Went to high school at Marcos de Niza High School in Tempe, Arizona and graduated in 1988. I graduated second in my class out of 450 students. Went to University of California, Berkeley from 1988 to 1991. Graduated with a high GPA in Economics BA degree. Graduated from Berkeley in just 3 years. Went straight to law school at University of Michigan Law School from 1991 to 1994. After graduating, came to Arizona and passed the bar in July 1994. Worked for a law firm for about a year and then opened my own practice in October 1995. Practiced personal injury law primarily but also immigration and business law until I lost my license in late 2015. Jay Bansal has owned gas station convenience stores with real estate since 2004. Quite active in this business entire time through now. I have invested in hotel and apartment projects and am planning to get involved with bu…