Health Insurance

  • What To Ask Job Applicants in a Law Firm Job Interview

    … husband has coverage for me so I won’t need health insurance” or “I really need to have three weeks paid vacation a year.” Having as complete of an understanding of a candidate’s situation as possible will further enable you to select the person whose needs match your available compensation structure. Of course, to be polite, after you finish…

    Stacey Burke/ Stacey E Burke Blog- 14 readers -
  • Rhode Island Family Court: The Basics

    … Support. Below we highlight the basics behind these Family Court cases in the state of Rhode Island. Rhode Island Family Court & Divorce If you and your spouse live in Rhode Island with a residency lasting over one year before the divorce proceedings, the case can be conducted in this state. To file a divorce, one spouse must file a “Complaint…

    The Law Office of Jeremy Howe- 17 readers -
  • MassHealth Fraud Lawyer – 2016 In Review

    … and the Massachusetts Medicaid Fraud Division, their efforts have barely made a dent in the state’s burgeoning fraud epidemic. Without whistleblowers, the state doesn’t have a chance. To better understand why we say whistleblowers are so necessary, let’s look at some facts. Medicaid is the health insurer of last resort. In Massachusetts, Medicaid is called…

    Due Diligence- 27 readers -
  • How Does Medical Payment Insurance Work?

    … After being hurt in a car accident, you need help with the bills. Whether it is your health insurance, your auto policy, or the other driver’s coverage, you need someone’s insurance to step up and pay – particularly when these medical costs are someone else’s fault. When money is an immediate factor, Medical Payment Insurance (MedPay…

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 11 readers -
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  • Busted! NY Osteopath Pleads Guilty to Medicaid Fraud Charge

    … are unnecessarily forced to pay more for health insurance and more in taxes to support Medicaid. The Department of Financial Services is committed to aggressively fighting and stamping out health care fraud and we are pleased to work with the Office of the Attorney General in resolving this case.” New York’s Attorney General Eric Schneiderman made similar…

    Due Diligence- 18 readers -
  • Car Accidents While on the Job

    … they previously paid you directly from your personal injury award. For example, if WC has paid you 70% of your wages for the two weeks of work you missed ($1,500), but you settled your injury claim for $30,000 with the driver’s insurance company, $1,500 of your settlement will be paid to workers’ comp. This is called subrogation. What is subrogation…

    Jeff Rasansky/ Rasansky Law Firm- 32 readers -
  • What You Should Know About Immigration Marriage Fraud

    … mortgage statements, joint bank account statements, credit card statements, statements for car loans,r health insurance or retirement plans, etc. Copies of letters or emails between you and your spouse Receipts for gifts that you have purchased each other Hotel and airline receipts that prove that you have both taken trips together Utility bills…

    Michael G. Murray/ Miami Immigration Lawyer- 14 readers -
  • Chief US Bankruptcy Judge Speaks About Bankruptcy Misconceptions

    … Chief US Bankruptcy Judge Speaks About Bankruptcy Misconceptions Posted on Jun 24, 2016 By Ed Woods June 24, 2016 by Ed Woods On this past Tuesday, the Honorable Jason Woodard spoke in Columbus, Mississippi about what bankruptcy is and why it is necessary for some people in Mississippi. Judge Woodard is the Chief U. S. Bankruptcy Judge…

    Ed Woods/ Bond and Botes- 25 readers -
  • Cancer and Bankruptcy

    … Cancer and Bankruptcy Posted on Jun 17, 2016 By Amy Tanner June 17, 2016 by Amy Tanner Cancer and Bankruptcy? Unfortunately, these two issues, one medical and one legal, many times go hand in hand. A recent report by Reuters Health citing a study conducted by Dr. Matthew Banegas at the Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research in Portland…

    Amy Tanner/ Bond and Botes- 26 readers -
  • Why sue if I have health insurance?

    …Answer: First off, the majority of health insurance plans do not cover 100% of your medical expenses. At bare minimum, you are responsible for deductibles, co-pays, and on top of that, many types of procedures are simply not covered at all. More importantly, your health insurance carrier does NOT reimburse you for non-tangible or non-medical…

    Rasansky Law Firm- 22 readers -
  • Fla. Lawyer Accused of Conflict of Interest, Legal Malpractice

    … a former client. But can there be a conflict of interest if a lawyer never even represented one of the parties? The answer may surprise you — Yes! And that is why Tampa attorney Barry Cohen is facing legal malpractice claims today. Ross Radiology’s Legal Malpractice Claim Against Barry Cohen Ross Radiology is a Florida based radiology practice…

    Legal Malpractice - Chris Trebatoski- 37 readers -
  • How Obamacare Benefits Car Accident Victims

    …, medication, physical therapy and more. When moving to a new insurer, this is known as a pre-existing condition. Before the implementation of the ACA, some insurers would deny coverage to individuals with certain pre-existing conditions or would allow a policy but not pay for expenses related to that pre-existing condition. Now, insurers cannot…

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 52 readers -
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