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Avoid These 5 Mistakes After A Work Injury

Suffering a severe injury while on the job comes with all sorts of challenges, such as pain, expensive medical bills and missed days of work. Unfortunately, there are things that some injured workers do that make the process of seeking compensation for their injuries...

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Disability Benefits Tips From The SSA

Many times we see people with questions regarding how they file their initial claim for Social Security Disability Benefits. We thought the directions and steps from The Social Security Administration would be helpful. The Website...

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Qualifying For Medicaid Long-Term Care Benefits

As we’ve discussed in other posts, in order to qualify for Medicaid long-term care benefits in Kentucky, your total assets must be less than $2,000. This raises an important question: what exactly is an asset? Simply put, an asset is anything that you own and have...

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Can Medicaid Take My House

One of the most common questions I hear is: can Medicaid take my house? There’s no short and complete answer to this question (we are attorneys, right?) but, generally speaking, you can be required to sell your home in order to pay for your long-term care. To qualify...

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When To Think About Long-Term Care

Most people don’t think about long-term care until they or a loved one needs immediate help—this often comes after a medical emergency that requires a stay in a nursing facility. In these stressful situations, it is easy to assume that the chance to secure Medicaid...

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What Is The Difference Between Medicaid and Medicare?

A common source of confusion for families facing long-term care decisions is the difference between Medicaid and Medicare. Medicare is federally operated medical insurance providing health care coverage to certain people (usually older people and those who have been...

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