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How and When to Sign Up for Medicare Insurance: Seniors Who Turn 65 Need to Know

26th January 2011
Signing up for Medicare insurance when you turn 65 is a right of passage for many aging Americans. However, there is a limited window of opportunity to enroll in Medicare insurance without facing penalties such as a delay in coverage. That is why it is im...
Author: Alfred Winston

Incidence of Alzheimer's Rose 10 Percent in Last 5 Years

12th August 2010
More than 5 million people in the United States are living with Alzheimer's disease, a 10 percent increase from five years ago, according to a new report from the Alzheimer's Association. This number includes 4.9 million people over the age of 65 and betw...
Author: Law Office of Sean D. Ethington
Estate Planning

What A Good Long Term Care Policy Should Include

12th August 2010
As long-term care costs continue to rise, long-term care insurance is becoming increasingly important as a source to pay for care. Long-term care insurance can help, but the contracts are notoriously confusing. The following are some tips to help you sor...
Author: Law Office of Sean D. Ethington

Attendant Care Rates Under Michigan No-Fault Insurance Laws

11th March 2010
Michigan car accident victims are entitled to receive "attendant care service benefits" under the Michigan No-Fault Insurance laws. These benefits provide payments to a person or agency for attending to the injured person during his or her period of recov...
Author: LBuckfire
Medical Malpractice

Fraud in Medicare Fraud Effects Medicare and Medigap Participants

23rd December 2009
With the nation's attention focused on the current healthcare debate, many U.S. citizens are growing increasingly concerned over the promise of an increase in healthcare bills over the coming year and decades. Medicare participants, especially, stand to s...
Author: Wiley Long