Medicare Planning


Understanding your Medicare health plan is one of the most important aspects of your short term-long term care planning. The Alphabet Soup of Medicare, Parts A, B, C, and D can often be confusing not to mention Medigap policies F, G, K, L, M, N. If you do not understand your rights, your Medicare Health Plan can reduce or deny coverage for such services, like physical therapy, occupational therapy or speech therapy. You or your loved one may end up paying for care received in a skilled nursing or rehabilitation facility because you are unaware as to what rights of coverage you have under your Part A plan or your Medicare Advantage Plan-Part C.

Elder Law Attorneys That Handle Medicare Appeals.

At Cohen Law Services, we work with the finest geriatric care managers and we will fight for you so that you receive the care and payment for the care that you are entitled to. From challenging denials in coverage due to the unlawful improvement standard to arguing for your admission in the hospital when you remain in an observation status, we are experienced in providing you with the immediate assistance that will best protect you and your loved ones moving forward.

This may mean filing a Medicare appeal or several appeals sequentially in order to allow you to obtain payment for potentially thousands of dollars charged in a skilled nursing or rehabilitation facility. Although your Part A or Advantage plan (Part C) is required to cover 100 days in a facility after a 3 day admission in the hospital, we find that more and more facilities in conjunction with the Medicare health plans are cutting off services and then you return home to 20, 30, or even 40, thousand dollars in unpaid medical bills.

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You have the right to appeal if Medicare, your Medicare health plan, or your Medicare drug plan denies a health care service, supply, item, or prescription drug. We can help. We have a strategy to ensure that you or your loved one get the care they are entitled to in a skilled nursing facility or rehabilitation facility and thereby protect your hard earned dollars.

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