Social Security payments are set to grow next year, although for some recipients the extra payments will be slightly offset by an increase in Medicare premiums and deductibles
In a groundbreaking development, a new law directs the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to create a bill of rights for passengers with disabilities .
A U.S. appeals court rules that a significant reduction in private duty nursing hours for a woman with multiple severe disabilities does not amount to discrimination under federal [...]
Medicare Set-Asides (MSAs) are frequent components of workers’ compensation and liability settlements, judgments, or awards that include payment to cover the claimant’s future medical expenses. [...]
By Robert W. Wood The following article was originally published in the August 2018 Wood LLP Tax Alert and is reprinted with the permission of Wood LLP, Attorneys at Law. Serious accident cases [...]
Finding multiple breaches of fiduciary duty, a California court orders the trustee of a special needs trust (SNT) to pay a surcharge of more than $92,000. Scott v. McDonald (Cal. Ct. App, 4th, [...]
On Life Support for Two Years, Program That Moves People Out of Institutions Is Closer to Reauthorization
After expiring two years ago, a program that helps people with disabilities transition out of institutions and into the community appears to be headed for renewed funding.