Roth Elder Law Gives Back

With everything that is going on right now related to the COVID-19 virus, access to medical information is more important than ever. We have had discussions with people that are having trouble getting information about their loved ones in a nursing home or hospital and they are unable to visit to see what is going on for themselves because of the virus.

Because of these events we have created this short informational report to help you and your loved ones effectively request and obtain medical information. Please note that this report does not contain NYS Health Care Proxy or HIPAA Release forms (although it does have links to where you can get these forms free online), instead this report contains best practice tips to get information or records you need.

Please note that this is a short report with just the most important information that you can read in about 5 minutes. It is also written in plain English without a bunch of legalese. In addition to the information, we have included two letters that you can use to get medical information and records.

All we ask in return is that you make a small donation, all of which (after any transaction fees charged by paypal ) will be donated to local charities to help those who have been hit hardest by recent events. All proceeds (after transaction charges) will be donated to Corning Meals on Wheels, Inc. and Food Bank of the Southern Tier. Please note that there is a minimum requested donation of $5 (to make sure at least the transaction fee is covered), but you may donate any amount you desire.

Thank you and stay safe!

Roth Elder Law, PLLC

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    The information contained on this site is provided for educational purposes only, and should not be construed as legal advice on any subject matter. Further, the use of information on this site does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and Roth Elder Law, PLLC. Any information sent to us via email or through this site is not secure and will not be treated as confidential.

    The contents of this site contain general information and due to the unprecedented recent events may not reflect current legal developments (as things are changing so rapidly) or address your specific situation. We disclaim all liability for actions you take or fail to take based on any content on this site.

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    Finally, If you have questions, or are unsure, do not use this information and, instead, schedule a meeting with a licensed New York attorney to discuss your concerns.