Date: November 14, 2022Attorney:

More than 83 million people access Medicaid services, many of whom are elderly or disabled and using Medicaid resources to fund their residence in a long-term care facility. If you or a loved one are one of these people, you may be interested in the recent case being argued before the Supreme Court last week. In Health & Hosp. Corp. of Marion City, Ind. v. Talevski, the Court will determine whether people who depend on Medicaid or similar programs will be allowed to sue states when their rights are violated.  

Read the NPR article here.

If you have concerns about the care a loved one receives in a long-term care setting or want help accessing Medicaid resources through comprehensive long-term care planning, our Elder Law Practice Group (Richard Miller, Donald Dennison, Shawna Brown, and Jacqueline Yarmo) can provide the guidance you need. 

Learn more about our Elder Law practice here.