Tampa Attorney, Laurie Ohall, was named one of three instructional speakers at the upcoming National Business Institute Seminar “What Every Attorney Needs to Know About Medicaid, Medicare and Long-Term Care” on January 25, 2012.
About the Course:
Understand How the Public Benefits System Affects Your Practice
Barbara and Bill have been married for 40 years. Bill is a Korean War veteran. He starts developing a mild stage of Alzheimer’s. Their son fell off a ladder and broke his back and now receives disability benefits. Their daughter has never worked because she has a bipolar disorder. How does Barbara get Bill the best long-term care? What is the difference between the benefits their son and daughter receive? What does their home care provider need to know?
In public benefits practice, every day is a bar exam. Can you take the “ball of yarn” jumbled facts of real-life cases and pull out the important issues? Let our distinguished faculty walk you through the maze of government benefits and show you the traps you can easily avoid.
Enhance your expertise – register today!
- Get the latest court decision updates in public benefits law from experienced attorneys.
- Learn about unique systemic challenges in coverage, eligibility requirements and the qualification processes involved in various public benefits.
- Augment your knowledge of the impact of public benefit liens on personal injury settlements.
- Implement solid techniques for estate planning with public benefits in mind.
- Gain specific strategies you’ll need to plan for veterans’ long-term care.
- Get practical tips from our expert faculty on the Medicare and Medicaid appeals process as they walk through specific case studies.
- Sort through top Medicaid/Medicare issues that are currently causing concern for medical care providers.
Who Should Attend
This basic level seminar provides an interdisciplinary overview of the public benefits system and its effect on other areas of law for:
- Attorneys in the areas of estate planning, elder law, personal injury, health and hospital law
- General Practitioners
- In-House Counsel
- Nursing Home Administrators
- Geriatric Care Specialists
- Social Workers
Ohall has lectured for the Institute for Paralegal Education on estate planning and probate issues, and for the National Business Institute on asset protection. She is a member of the Brandon and Ohio State bar associations, The Florida Bar (member, Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section), the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, and the Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys. Ms. Ohall earned her B.A. degree and her J.D. degree from Stetson University.