(352) 379-1900

MyAppTheme Logo2

Medicare Coverage After 72 Hour Hospital Admission

Your Medicare Coverage Rights Explained By Shannon Miller While you have never heard of The Jimmo v. Sebelius case, it may have significant impact on the cost of your post-hospital rehabilitation care. Here is a summary of the case and how it applies to you and how to obtain your full Medicare benefits. Overview In the case of Jimmo v. Sebelius, the Center for Medicare Advocacy (CMA) alleged that Medicare claims involving skilled care were being inappropriately denied by rehabilitation facilities based on...

Posted by on Jun 30, 2019

Comments Off on Medicare Coverage After 72 Hour Hospital Admission

Medicare, Shannon Miller

Read More

Asset Freeze Law: An Update

Protecting Vulnerable Adults With Asset Freeze Law by Shannon Miller, ESQ The Asset Freeze Law Overview On July 1, 2018 the new law, Injunction for Protection from Exploitation/Asset Protection for Vulnerable Adults, went into effect.  Under the new injunction statute, using the current framework for injunctions against domestic violence, a circuit court can provide a process to “stop the bleed” of assets where vulnerable adults are being victimized.  This injunction provides another tool to stop exploitation and...

Posted by on Apr 8, 2019

Comments Off on Asset Freeze Law: An Update

Elder Law, Exploitation, In The News, Shannon Miller

Read More

New Law Allowing Credit Freeze For Financial Caregivers

What You Should Know About Credit Freeze To Protect Against Financial Exploitation This article was written by Stacy Canan and Lois Greisman for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. If you manage someone else’s money, protecting your loved one from financial exploitation and scams is among your important responsibilities. Starting Sept. 21, 2018, a new federal law lets some financial caregivers request a security freeze, also called a credit freeze, on their loved one’s behalf. Taking this step can help protect them...

Posted by on Nov 19, 2018

Comments Off on New Law Allowing Credit Freeze For Financial Caregivers

Exploitation, Shannon Miller

Read More

An NPR Interview With Shannon Miller on Financial Vulnerability

by David Brancaccio of NPR’s Marketplace Listen to the broadcast. Shannon Miller was interviewed by David Brancaccio of NPR’s Marketplace for his radio broadcast on age-associated financial vulnerability. Financial vulnerability is thought to make older adults more susceptible to scams. According to the research, “There is neuroscience and psychological data to suggest our ability to detect sketchy situations may decline. Or, we may become prone to seeing the upside of a risky deal and blow off the downside....

Posted by on Jun 8, 2018

Comments Off on An NPR Interview With Shannon Miller on Financial Vulnerability

In The News, Shannon Miller

Read More

Elder Law Strategy to Protect Florida’s Seniors

Strategic Initiatives for Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys AFELA, the Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys, held its annual strategic planning retreat in St. Petersburg in May 2018.  The non-profit organization is the pre-eminent organization of Florida elder law attorneys providing advocacy, education, and action on behalf of seniors and adults with disabilities.     Shannon Miller was selected to participate in the 2-day event that reviewed successes in 2017 and set goals for the upcoming year to address the most...

Posted by on Jun 8, 2018

Comments Off on Elder Law Strategy to Protect Florida’s Seniors

Elder Law, Exploitation, Shannon Miller, Uncategorized

Read More