Category Archives: Health Care

How Do I Fight My Health Insurance Company Over a Claim?

By | February 13, 2012

Having an exorbitant amount of medical bills these days is not fun – between the high costs  of medical procedures and the difficulty of finding quality health insurance, it can be a nightmare for people who are already living paycheck-to-paycheck. But what’s worse is when you are indeed covered and your health insurance company still denies your claim.

What You Need to Know About Power of Attorney

By | September 14, 2011

It’s one of the most powerful legal moves you can make, and yet not many people are aware of it. What is it? Well, when you consider the fact that it allows someone else to sign documents and write checks on your behalf, you’ll probably be asking that very question. And the answer is as simple as reading… Read More »

Health Care Fraud

By | November 19, 2010

No one likes to be ripped off.  Whether you got less than you thought you purchased, or poorer quality, or found out that the seller was in a scheme and you were the pawn, these things make people angry, and rightfully so.  This is fraud. About 150 years ago, in March of 1863, President Abraham Lincoln was hacked… Read More »

Legally Protected Leaves Of Absence: Are You Eligible?

By | November 19, 2010

The law mandates that employers give employees time-off from work for medical reasons under specific circumstances.  However, each employee’s specific rights will depend largely on the state he or she works in and the size of the employer.  This article briefly describes the various types of medical leaves of absence employees may be entitled to. The Major Federal… Read More »

Should I have a durable power of attorney for health care?

By | May 13, 2008

The durable power of attorney for health care is another documents that should go hand in hand with the living will as part of a person’s estate planning. The durable power of attorney for health care works much in the same manner as a limited power of attorney. It assigns the right of making health care decisions to… Read More »

It’ll Never Happen to Me: Why Every Person Should Have a Living Will

By | November 8, 2007

Should you enter a persistent vegetative state, become terminally ill, or enter into an irreversible coma, a Living Will ensures that your wishes, regarding your care, will be met, should you not be able to speak for yourself. Read this article to find out more.