Parents are still alive, Mom was placed in a nursing home, dad, I think signed papers medicaid papers which turns over assets. I am the only child but live out of state. Could we deed or put into a trust? Options?
I have verified no Liens on the property other than a bank note.
A Missouri attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. Given the basic format of this question and answer board, it could be difficult for an attorney to meaningfully advise you. You could reach out to med mal law firms in your area. Most firms that handle such cases offer...Read more »
Two stents in heart, one in leg. They would not let me say goodbye to my mother, I thought I was going to die because I had to lay there so long with no intervention until my Covid test came back, which was negative. All they did was give me some pain medicine, they knew I was having a heart... Read more »
I am currently in risk of having my lower limb cut above the knee. In the past when I've had infection I was able to get x-rays CAT scans and MRIs with no problem but this time they said since I didn't have a fever they denied me. Do I have a claim against Medicaid can I sue them for not... Read more »
A Missouri attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal and frustration in obtaining vital medical care. If your denial is based on medical necessity, your primary care provider or the specialist who referred you for the MRI should be able to...Read more »
The service was performed in August of 2017 and the first time I ever saw a bill was November of 2019. I assumed (and forgot) that insurance covered it and it was a done. When the bill showed up, I first asked for an explanation of benefits as well as the excuse for only seeing it 27 months later... Read more »
The account number is missing 2 numbers. Example: contract signed at hospital. J1234567. Account number on bills they sent me after service have J001234567. The 2 account numbers don't fully match. Can I use that to get the case dismissed?
You could repost your question under the Landlord-Tenant section. There's no guarantee that all questions are answered, but your question remains open for a month and would have better chances of being seen by an attorney who could offer input there. Good luck
My grandma had known copd and was just recently diagnosed with lung cancer. We were looking at a few years left with her. At her doctor appointment on monday the nurse took her vitals but spent an unusually long amount if time trying to change her oxygen level reading. Before she stood in front of... Read more »
Contact a member of the Mo. Assn for Justice/Mo. Trial Lawyers assn that handles medical negligence cases. The problem is that a person that is bringing a case has to show that but for the mistake the person who died would have lived. That is sometimes very difficult, especially if the person has...Read more »
You didn't ask a question, but if you want to know what to do, the answer is to meet with an attorney knowledgeable with landlord tenant law. Most importantly, don't ignore the suit or a default judgment will likely be taken against you.
Without reviewing your medical records and gathering more facts, it would be hard for any attorney to form an opinion of the strength of your potential claim. Contact a local attorney who practices med-mal.
This is a case of breach of confidentiality between a counselor/therapist and patient, where the breach has and will continue to affect the patient emotionally for not only as long as the patient lives at her current address, but forevermore due to the entire nature of the breach. There is solid... Read more »
my mom was admitted into hospital with pneumonia, a family member ( a cousin) not responsible for moms care sign a paper in the hospital that states that she was the one to contact in regards to making my moms medical decisions. This person had my mom listed as a no code -DNR . hospital added this... Read more »
My surgery was delayed over the weekend, (MRI staffing is not on duty on weekends unless brought in on "emergencies"), and an additional delay of about 8 hours, because of being allowed a meal right before being told I would need to have surgery on my back right away to try to fix the... Read more »
No. First, very difficult to show it was from the way they gave the shot. Cellulitis can come from many events. You can get it after poison ivy, for instance. Second, malpractice cases extremely expensive and liklihood you'd get an award greater than cost very small. But as you had a worse...Read more »
Depends on the age, whether the person is an emancipated minor. Bigger issue is how to handle it on a relational/person to person level. I'm assuming the guardian is appointed or a stepparent. Starting a war over information means you can win the war but the battlefield is a mess. I suggest...Read more »
My son tried to commit suicide in Pleasant Hill. The police chief brought in an ambulance and wanted him sent to Truman East. He was sent to LS Hospital. I signed an affidavit saying he was a danger to me and himself. It was notarized. When I left hospital at 9:00 they were waiting to hear... Read more »
Yes, what you signed is just an affidavit, you have to do much more than that. Go see a local lawyer about getting him admitted to a mental health facility.
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