By Nancy Susan Germany, Esq.
This article reviews how the ABLE account came into existence, compares ABLE accounts with special needs trusts (SNTs), and discusses ABLE account legal requirements, how various federal agencies have interpreted ABLE accounts, and the options availa
By Brian F. Mahoney, Esq.
This article will provide NAELA members with an overview of the law as it relates to special education and will demonstrate the application of the law as it relates to the author's personal experience.
By Francine J. Lipman and James E. Williamson
With more than 61 million individuals receiving Social Security benefits, one out of every four American families receives monthly cash payments from the Social Security Administration (SSA).
By Jeffrey A. Pitman, Esq., and Katherine E. Metzger, Esq.
This article provides an overview of the most prevalent types of abuse and neglect that occur in the nursing home setting, discusses the ways in the which the original OBRA-87 reforms have attempted to address them, and alerts the reader to new chang
By David J. Hoey, Esq.
This article identifies and describes some of the lesser-known aspects associated with litigating personal injury claims against nursing homes in the current industry climate.
By Launa L. Slater, Esq.
Alzheimer’s and the Law: Counseling Clients With Dementia and Their Families is a handbook designed to give attorneys the knowledge they need to skillfully and empathetically guide clients and their families through the arduous journey of dealing wit
By Sarah M. Andrew, CELA
Many people facing hospitalization may rightly feel as though they are going into battle without armor or weapon. Bonnie Friedman wrote Hospital Warrior to level the battlefield.
By Amanda Hsiao, Esq.
“When I Need Your Help, I’ll Let You
Know” And Other Senior Myths That Can
Lead to Disaster is on a tough-love, mythbusting mission to help seniors and families confront and prepare for the realities of aging in the United States.