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Jun 27, 2019

The Problem of Observational Status in a Hospital

We recently got a frantic call from the daughter of one of our clients.  Her mom, who was 89 but lived independently, had started to hallucinate and was brought to the Emergency Room of the local hospital.  She was seen by the hospital physician and sent to a room. » Read More

Feb 26, 2019

Evaluate Your Medicare Options While You Still Can

Enrollment in Medicare Advantage Plans continues to climb.  These managed care plans, otherwise known as Medicare Part C, offer many advantages for healthier seniors.  They have minimal co-pays and deductibles, and generally, cover services that traditional Medicare does not.

However, Medicare Advantage plans are run by private insurance companies and they have managed care plans, which means they restrict your choice of providers. » Read More

Feb 26, 2019

Welcome to Our Elder Care and Special Needs Law Blog!

Elder care and special needs are highly complex, regulated areas of the law.  They are also constantly evolving.  The goal of this blog is to educate consumers and other professionals on new developments, as well as to explore topics of interest to seniors, individuals with disabilities, and their families. » Read More

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