So my father is on his fathers Will an will receive about $40,000. his father is medically unable to change the will at this time. My father is on Social security disability, has medicare an medicaid which are very important because he needs them to pay for dialysis. I heard that if he gets this... Read more »
Have known each other 20 yrs., 5/31 = married 11 years. He had a cancerous deadly brain tumor partsically removed, 11/05/2018. I took him to 30 Radiation treatments. + other doctor appointments. Called 911 when he had a secure and gave him chest compressions until ambulance came. I told him... Read more »
You are focusing on the wrong person. Stop worrying about your (soon to be ex) husband and start taking care of yourself. Whether he abandoned you or not is irrelevant. The State of Florida does not require any reason for divorce. Locate a divorce lawyer in the Springhill area and start the...Read more »
My name is on this form several times. Not only did he share my medical information but used me as a example of what happens if you fail a drug test. Slandered my name. No one ever fired me properly either. I was never contacted by the owner. The general manager just texted me and said "dont come... Read more »
Unless you have a written employment agreement, you have little or no employee rights in Florida. Why? Because Florida is an “at will employment” state--which means Florida employers are free to hire, assign, re-assign, re-locate, promote, demote, discipline, suspend or terminate employees...Read more »
That decision is yours to make, but in general, a medical provider needs an assignment of benefits form to submit a bill on behalf of a patient so that the check is made out to the provider instead of the patient.
I was admitted to the hospital for a couple of days for a bad infection. I couldn't sleep for 3 days because they were doing construction very close to my room. The drilling noise was unbearable. I even have videos that demonstrate it. The drilling went from 7 to 5.
I do not practice in Florida. However, it seems that no one picked up your question for a month. If you are contemplating bringing a claim, it would be advisable for you to consult with a Florida attorney without delay. Aside from assessing the merits of your claim, the attorney could advise you of...Read more »
I currently have two policies with same health insurance company. I am under my mother as a dependent for an Aetna health insurance policy and also under my stepmother as a dependent for a separate Aetna health insurance policy. Any issues with this? I was told by an insurance rep that they see... Read more »
Hi. I started doing an egg donation. They did some medical exams I have not yet sign a contract. I want to retract from doing this because after deeply thinking about it I don’t think my health is worth it. They never clearly mentioned the side effects and they have not been nice nor clear with... Read more »
I suggest you could take title in your name with your Mom having a life estate only. This will guarantee that she has an ownership type interest in the property until her passing, but at her passing title would be solely yours and would also show to Medicaid that it is an already settled issue...Read more »
My wife is a MRSA carrier, and has developed a spot on her back near where she had previously had surgery for a MRSA-related infection. The MRSA carrier diagnosis is on file with the clinic she goes to for her near complete care... This new spot may or may not be a flare up/relapse of the... Read more »
It depends on her relationship with the clinic. If she is on some sort of health-maintenance program under which the clinic is obligated to attend to all of her health-related needs, perhaps. Otherwise, no: she should simply go to another health care provider which can see her sooner.
Of course minors can sign documents; the question should be what legal significance such signatures would have. If your employer asks you to get signatures of parents and their children, do so; there is nothing wrong about requiring signatures.
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