Does a Living Will Prevent My Doctors From Using a Ventilator to Treat COVID-19?

Does a Living Will Prevent My Doctors From Using a Ventilator to Treat COVID-19?

Does a Living Will Prevent My Doctors From Using a Ventilator to Treat COVID-19? Coronavirus (COVID-19) can cause severe respiratory problems requiring hospitalization and the use of a ventilator. Your Living Will does not prevent medical providers from using a ventilator, if needed. New York living wills are written declarations instructing your family and doctor about…

Injured from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Product Liability

Injured from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Injured from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Have you or a loved one been injured from carbon monoxide poisoning? You may be eligible to file a product liability claim. Carbon monoxide poisoning causes approximately 30 deaths and 450 injuries every year. Usually, this happens to people through the use of portable camping heaters, stoves inside tents, lanterns,…

Nursing Home Bills

Are You Responsible for Your Parent’s Nursing Home Bills?

Are You Responsible for Your Parent’s Nursing Home Bills? Adult children are not responsible for their parent’s nursing home bills under New York state law. Also, federal regulation 42 CFR Part 483, Subpart B. Section 483.15 prohibits nursing homes from requiring a third party to be personally liable as a condition for admission. However, children…

Charged with Health Care Fraud

Charged with Health Care Fraud

Charged with Health Care Fraud If you’ve been charged with health care fraud, odds are that there are a number of other related charges. You’re probably accused of bilking insurers or Medicare/Medicaid, or even practicing medicine without proper credentials. Our Rochester health care fraud lawyer has worked with countless clients in your situation, and we know how…