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How to Use Alabama Medicaid to Help Your Clients and Add Profit to Your Law Firm - On-Demand
Knowing the basic Alabama Medicaid rules is a must for attorneys representing clients who need nursing home care and are in need of financial assistance, or whose parents or other family members are in need of such assistance. Understanding the subtleties and best practices allows effective planning to ensure that your clients’ medical needs are covered.
Learn more about using Alabama Medicaid to help your clients by participating in this interacive webinar on-demand. It's ideal for attorneys who have clients who are getting older or have older parents. Don't miss it! Get it on-demand now.
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John Watts, of Watts & Herring, LLC in Birmingham, helps Veterans qualify for service and non-service-related benefits (Aid and Attendance) as well as seniors to qualify for Alabama Medicaid without losing all of their assets. He has extensive experience in litigating and trying personal injury and wrongful death cases but primarily represents consumers against abusive debt collectors. He also helps families figure out the best approach to long-term care. He does this with VA benefits, Alabama Medicaid, and other strategies. He has a great interest in learning the most effective ways to market and taking action on what he learns. Most importantly, he is a Christian and enjoys teaching in one-on-one settings as well as speaking to groups about biblical subjects.