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Pursuing Medicaid Benefits After Your Application Has Been Denied

State Medicaid benefits allow thousands of New Jersey families and individuals to cover critical health care and long-term care needs. Because Medicaid is a large, bureaucratic system, though, you may have been turned down for benefits to which you are entitled.

Whether you have been denied Medicaid benefits or you want to prevent future problems through proper planning, talk to an experienced elder law attorney at Rice & Quattrone, PC. We can help you understand your rights and resolve issues you may be having with Medicaid.

Using Decades Of Experience To Get Results

At Rice & Quattrone, PC, we have been handling important matters related to Medicaid since 1991. Our attorneys can help you make sure your needs are covered through advice and experienced representation. We provide services that include:

  • Thorough packaging of Medicaid applications that provides the greatest chance of success
  • Representation in “fair hearings” before an administrative law judge (ALJ)
  • Representation in Medicaid litigation when necessary

Every situation is different. If you are asking, “What do I do if Medicaid denies my application in New Jersey?” you need an answer. In any significant Medicaid matter with important implications for you or a loved one, it is important to have an attorney on your side who is highly experienced with Medicaid issues.

Begin Working Toward A Positive Resolution Today

Our attorneys at Rice & Quattrone, PC are admitted to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. They can answer your questions about Medicaid applications and other important matters related to elder law and health care.

Contact us through our online form. Or, you can call our Linwood office at 609-398-3447 or our Cherry Hill office at 856-673-0048 to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer.