my son died from cancer 3yrs 1 mo ago, attending physician was dr wax who treated him for 2 yrs at summit me group now known as summit health. he died at overlook hosp summit 9/16/20. dr. wax saw him on each occasion when he was admitted to overlook, my son received chemo and other treatments and... View More
If you wish to correct the cause of death on a death certificate in New Jersey, you may consider consulting with an attorney well-versed in medical malpractice or health law. They can guide you on the appropriate legal steps to take in challenging a medical determination. You might consider...View More
My boss fired me for no reason other than "we're moving in another direction." This action was discriminatory, as other employees were accused and reprimanded for not completing job responsibilities costing the company profits but were given multiple chances to correct their... View More
An employment attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks and also crosses into Health Care Law. You could consider asking your employer for instructions on how to handle paperwork that remains uncompleted, since medical office records could contain patient information...View More
In New Jersey, serving as an authorized representative on someone's NJ FamilyCare application is generally allowed, and individuals can assist with the application process without necessarily being paid a fee. However, if you plan to charge a fee for providing this service, it's important...View More
A mental health professionals must generally obtain your written consent before sharing your medical information with other healthcare providers, unless the disclosure falls under certain exceptions such as emergencies or continuity of care. If you have not provided such consent, the first...View More
I have MS and need to leave my job early 1x a month to get a medical infusion with my medications. This week, a member of the dispatch team announced Via email that I was leaving early for an infusion. This went to over 10 of my coworkers. Is this something that I can seek action on against my... View More
It is unlikely that your employer is a "covered entity." If it is, and there have not been repeated violations, it is possible your employer could be subject to a fine for disclosing this information. Depending upon the facts and circumstances, including whether the covered entity...View More
If the supervision is through an agency or program, I presume that they have other supervisors available. If its a private person acting as a supervisor, then I presume that you need to speak with the supervisor about finding a replacement acceptable to you and to your former partner.
It is difficult for attorneys here to respond with an offer of their services. This isn't set up like an attorney referral service - the format basically brief Q & A. One option, in addition to your own searches is the tab above, "Find a Lawyer," or the attorney referral services...View More
Something may have gotten left off your post when you uploaded, in terms of what it is that's helpful. In terms of coverage for medications, review any details provided in the denial or EOB - whether denial is based on policy grounds, medical necessity, referring provider, or other reason....View More
That would be practicing law without a license. "Template" legal documents are rarely worth the paper they are printed on. If your friend cannot afford a private attorney, then that person needs to contact NJLS or law school legal clinics.
I am pretty desperate to find someone who can help me with my situation. I live in an apartment. I have had an issue for over a year now with my neighbors chain smoking. They recently did renovations on all of the apartments. It made it worse. They did not do a good job and my apartment is filled... View More
Every lease is deemed to include the provision of quiet enjoyment. This places a obligation on the Landlord to insure that the premises are safe and not unhealthy. So if the Landlord refuses to take any action to correct the situation, consider filing suit against the Landlord for breach of...View More
It would depend on the terms of the prepaid plan. You could review the plan agreement and check the paragraphs about termination, cancellation, refunds, etc. Look for any additional obligations involving testing labs. If the terms of the plan agreement seem to be against you, or they do not address...View More
My mom had a lawyer who was a friend of her friends, she hired him to file a few suits pertaining to personal injury and malpractice. He never filed the suits and now offered her a check for $15,000 along with a letter stating if she cashes the check it releases him from the fault of not processing... View More
#1, it is unethical for a lawyer who blows a statute to try to settle with you without you being informed of your right to counsel and you obtaining an attorney. I strongly urge you not to accept any offer and cash the attorney's check without speaking with a personal injury lawyer who is...View More
Based on your brief description, I would argue that the requirement to accept the Zoll equipment is a contract of adhesion and not enforceable. You failed to mention whether there were other equipment available or other procedures which did not require the equipment. In any case, you have a...View More
You are not a trained attorney. You do not know the Court Rules, Rules of Evidence, case law, nor are you trained how to handle a legal case, especially if litigation is involved. However, if you do not retain counsel, and the opposing party does have counsel, you could get slaughtered...View More
I live in the state of New Jersey. My sister is currently administering my late mother’s estate, which includes a Medicaid lien of 200 thousand dollars (including additional charges). Medicaid sent notice to the estate administrator to provide a full accounting of the my late mother’s estate.... View More
Yes submission of knowingly false information to the government is a criminal act. The possible maximum penalties are quite severe. I suggest you speak to an attorney with experience in handling federal criminal acts.
It is not unlawful for your employer to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of employment. However, your employer is obligated to consider exemption requests if they are based on medical or religious reasons.
I'm sorry this happened to you. No one here can tell you whether you should proceed with a lawsuit. It could require investigation of your medical history and evaluation of warnings that come with the drug. Additionally, attorneys would likely need the guidance of medical and pharmacology...View More
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