I am interning at a nonprofit and was looking into IDA applications as a resource for clients. I have found applications from other states, and have found reference to them in Tennessee code 71-3-1001, yet cannot find an actual application or mention of them outside of that.
Situation: Psychiatric Office has an agreed upon contracted rate with my wife’s insurance company for $81 a visit (she also uses the same office) they primary insurance company tells them to not collect anything else from the patient (no copay) THEN the office submits a claim to Medicare (even... Read more »
That office might be a Medicare fraudster (engaging in crimes), or this could be legitimate under the insurance policy and Medicare rules. You should first ask the office (in a friendly way) for its explanation for their billings, and if the explanation doesn't make sense, tell them so and...Read more »
An Oregon attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. At this point, one option is to reach out to law firms to see if it's possible to set up a free initial consult to briefly discuss. In addition to your own attorney searches, you...Read more »
We are an unincorporated association with members that do philanthropic work in the community. We want to unify with our sister entity, a public benefit corporation which manages the property we and other community groups use for meetings. The members of the public benefit corporation are the... Read more »
An unincorporated association does not need permission from the Secretary of State to give away its property and dissolve, but an unincorporated association that exists for charitable purposes almost certainly needs to get permission from the Attorney General's office. Groups that have assets...Read more »
Is it legal for an employer to knowingly allow employees to use someone else’s social, someone who has never step foot or worked for the employer, and have them on payroll? No, the employer isn’t sponsoring the current undocumented workers either.
Yes it is illegal for an employer to knowingly employ those without the legal right to work in the US. However, you have no standing to bring a legal action. The law is to be enforced by Immigration/Homeland Security. The law is found in the Immigration laws, specifically the IRCA.
In 2022 I suffered a sudden onset of anxiety and depression after a bout with corona virus. With no known cause I began to go to doctors to try and seek out reason. After an MRI to evaluate my pituitary gland it was discovered that I had suffered at least two ischemic attacks(strokes) of the... Read more »
For your issue, it sounds like you would need to talk to someone like me who specializes in ERISA short-term and long-term disability claims. If I gather correctly, it sounds like your issue is that Sedgwick has denied the claim because the disability policy does not cover loss of...Read more »
A South Dakota attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could go online and look up pro bono attorneys and legal aid attorneys. Personal injury, which is one of your chosen categories, is usually not handled pro bono. However, law firms typically handle such...Read more »
It is difficult for me to understand your question as written, but, in any event, there is no way to analyze your situation in any usable manner without reviewing your finances, the trust, and your state's Medicaid law. There are often means to qualify for Medicaid using special needs trusts,...Read more »
My mother who receives medicaid and SSI saved up assets due to the fact that she moved into subsidized housing which only charged her 200 a month for rent. She currently has about 10k saved up in her account which is over the asset limit and I'm trying to spend the money... Read more »
Let's start with one assumption: that there is no provision in the corporation's bylaws or other governing documents that requires distributions. If the governing body of the corporation has voted to require annual distributions, then the leadership of the...Read more »
Are you planning your run? If so, find a local attorney to advise your campaign. [I litigate cases. Anything posted here must not be construed as legal advice, nor as grounds for forming an attorney-client relationship. You should seek an attorney for formal legal advice and representation.]
Her daughter as her POA deeded everything to herself and sold it. Her mom just passed. We've reported the numerous times to local DCBS and nothing ever comes of it. It seems her daughter has friends in the DCBS who help her and ignore the complaints. I think it's wrong when so many people... Read more »
The facts as you have set them out would seem to indicate it is not legal. Medicaid or SS are the only ones who might possibly be obligated to investigate. A decision would then be based on the findings of their investigation as to whether a crime has been committed.
My 88 year old grandma has late stage dementia and needs 24hr care. My uncle (age 65) has lived with her for 30+ years and also has early dementia and can't really care for her anymore, but is hesitant to move her to an assisted care facility because he's worried about becoming homeless... Read more »
If a doctor will confirm that without your uncle's care and assistance, your Grandmother would not have been able to continue living in her home, for as long as she was able to, your uncle should be allowed to continue to live in the home as long as he wishes. When he no longer needs to...Read more »
I and the other party have a temporary custody agreement, however, I and the child moved a year prior to the agreement being set in place. We've lived her for over two years now and neither I or the other party live in the county that set this order.
You could sue. My guess is the gym had you sign a waiver when you joined, so you'll have to contend with that. Speak with a local litigation attorney. [I litigate cases. Anything posted here must not be construed as legal advice, nor as grounds for forming an attorney-client relationship. You...Read more »
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