Although severance pay is not required by law in Arizona, employers will sometimes offer a severance package when they are terminating an employee. Employers can offer a severance package out of the goodness of their hearts to soften the blow of an involuntary termination, but the main legal...Read more »
My brother and his girlfriend just had a baby. They both have drug issues. I tried to get info from the hospital but they evaded me and wouldn't say anything. No idea how the baby is doing and haven't even seen her yet, she was born a week ago. Was getting ready to start paperwork to take custody... Read more »
This is a very small amount of information in what is almost certainly a complex situation. With that caveat, the short answer is: you can't. There is no "how." The answer is just "no." You do not have a right to the information. It is a violation of federal law for the hospital to provide you any...Read more »
Although, the woman stood there coughing and her voice gone, and having trouble breathing. The Walmart tech and staff refused to help her and insisted the lady was going to use the albuterol machine mouth piece for drugs (Walmart has the mouth piece for the machine on their website for sale, the... Read more »
My aunt was sent to the emergency because of breathing and she had an open wond that she's been going thru for years.. they said her lungs were good that she was able to go home but she was supposed to stay over night to get antibiotics.. so they had put her under observations and so I got a phone... Read more »
If the health insurance company has paid off the hospital, can the hospital still ask for money from a car accident settlement in Arizona? I understand that health insurance companies work deals with hospitals to pay a lower price so with that being said, could the hospital still ask for more money... Read more »
If you had an attorney representing you on your bodily injury claim, your attorney is the one to talk to. This often gets resolved through the attorneys handling a personal injury case to make sure all liens are resolved when disbursing the settlement funds. In general, the hospital can ask for...Read more »
My mother has history of seizure while detoxing - I call at first sight of seizure for help. My step dad waited last time until her 8th in a row and she had to be intubated and icu for days. Is he obligated by any law to call for help? What if she dies ? I live in Arizona
Usually a special relationship is required. Talk to a local injury lawyer.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is...Read more »
A sober living house getting a monthly fee paid to them from substance abuse outpatient therapy center for bringing their clients to the outpatient center. The stark law and anti kickback statute say it's only illegal if the clients are in federal/government healthcare programs such as Medicare or... Read more »
".....If she is taken out of treatment against medical advice then Rosewood is unable to assist in any discharge preparation including transitioning and setting up aftercare, sending records, providing a meal plan, providing prescriptions, etc."
This is going to depend on how the multiple individuals are appointed. If they are appointed in a single power of attorney, and there is no direction as to whose decision will overrule the others then it will likely go to court. If there are conflicting documents appointing the power of attorney it...Read more »
In general yes, because under ARS 14-5312 a guardian of an incapacitated person has the same general authority that a parent would have over their unemancipated minor child. The guardian is required to act in their ward's best interest.
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