FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Contact: David L Selby, Esq
The Selby Law Firm
DO THE DISABLED PAY MORE FOR LEGAL ADVICE?
(Atlanta, GA February 14) Across the entire Metropolitan Atlanta area, there are children with special needs who require an institutional level of care that can be provided at home instead of in a hospital or other institution. This is known as the Katie Beckett Medicaid Waiver program, and may allow the family to keep their child at home, even if the family assets are too high to qualify for Medicaid. Many families are either unaware or frustrated with efforts to receive the benefits they need, or are afraid to seek legal assistance, worrying that the cost will be more than they can afford. Families often make mistakes that cost them time, money and, in the worst case, denial of benefits for their child by not seeking the right help.
Atlanta attorney David Selby is intimately familiar with the Katie Beckett application process in the State of Georgia. Mr. Selby’s experience stems from his representation of the Department of Community Health in Katie Beckett application hearings. Mr. Selby has the expertise to help Katie Beckett applicants, and is one of few qualified Katie Beckett attorneys in Georgia.
“Everyone, especially families with special needs children, need affordable, convenient and efficient legal services.” Says attorney Selby. “By offering services that include diagnostic consultations, referrals, document review, document drafting, out-of-court settlement negotiations, limited court appearances, discovery assistance and coaching, I help take the fear out of the process for my clients. I’m on their side.”
Families are welcome to call The Selby Law Firm for a free consultation at 1-866-784-9267, or on the internet at http://www.selbylawoffice.com/areas-of-practice/katie-beckett-lawyer
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