Legal Advice

Will Medicaid Pay for My Home Care? [VIDEO]

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New York State’s budget passed in the Spring of 2020 was approved and there are some changes that have been passed that everybody should know about. Effective on October 1, 2020, there will be what’s called a two-and-a-half-year look-back period for the Medicaid program. This is important to know about,…

Urgent: Covid-19 and Your 18+ Year Old [VIDEO]

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One of the things that has come up recently due to COVID-19 is what happens when adult children who are away at college need medical treatment. Even if they live at home, if they end up in the hospital, you don’t have any legal authority to make decisions for them…

Call Jim — 30 Plus Years Representing Injury Victims [VIDEO]

Personal Injury Law

Often commercials for personal injury attorneys feature testimonials from people who claim that a particular law firm got them many times over the amount offered by the insurance company. It’s important to keep in mind that every law firm can make the same claim because insurance companies low-ball accident victims….

The Benefits of Continuing Legal Education

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For any professional, it’s beneficial to obtain further education and to keep abreast of current information relating to their profession. In fact, attorneys in New York are bound to complete 24 Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits in a two-year period. CLE classes can be taken online or at a live…

Forming and Maintaining Your Corporation

Forming and Maintaining Your Corporation by James Leonick

Whether you are thinking about forming a new corporation or you have a current corporation, it comes with responsibility and paperwork that you might not necessarily know how to complete. What happens in your corporation is history being made, so it has to be documented. Whether through amendment or through…

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