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Essentially, a Medicaid fair hearing is an appeal to request that a denied application for Medicaid, be reviewed. You have the right to appeal for a Medicaid fair hearing in a number of situations. Our New York elder law attorneys are dedicated to preserving the rights of elderly citizens throughout New York and are ready to represent you in a fair hearing regarding the following Medicaid issues:
A Medicaid appeal will grant you the opportunity to petition for the benefits that you need. To learn more about your options for a fair hearing or to discuss whether or not you are eligible for Medicaid, speak with a member of our Medicaid Fair Hearing team of attorneys. We have experience representing individuals and families in a number of elder law matters and will aggressively pursue your right to long-term care in a Medicaid fair hearing.
When you receive notice that you have been denied, or that your coverage has been delayed or reduced, you may request a fair hearing with the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA). If your request is approved, your fair hearing process may include the following:
Bring a skilled New York elder law attorney from Korsinsky & Klein, LLP on your team! We will go the distance to ensure that your side of the story is heard. Our firm was founded on representing the best interests of our clients, and we consistently put in the effort to successfully appeal the denial or discontinuing of Medicaid coverage for elderly or disabled citizens in New York City. We also serve clients outside of New York, as we provide legal services in New Jersey and Connecticut as well.
Although you can count on us to represent you through a fair hearing, we believe that the best way to avoid a Medicaid fair hearing in the first place is to retain the services of strong legal counsel from the outset. We will use our experience to ensure that you are effectively represented from the beginning of your case to the end! We take your long-term care needs seriously, and we will go to great lengths to ensure that all necessary documentation or petitions are present at your Medicaid hearing.