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Contract Dispute May Render Group Of Elderly People Homeless

On behalf of The Law Office of Lynnette Ariathurai, A Professional Corporation posted in Contract Disputes on Thursday, January 18, 2018.

A group of families in another state are highly concerned about a contentious battle that remains ongoing between a Medicaid insurance provider and an assisted living and care facility. The situation involves a contract dispute that is negatively affecting elderly members of the families who happen to live in the assisted living facility. In essence, they’ve been told that if the problem is not resolved by a particular date, they will have to vacate their residences. Some readers in California may relate to the situation.

Younger family members of the residents have expressed their concerns, saying the notices those affected received in the mail were akin to possible evictions. Spokespeople for the nursing facility say they want nothing more than to peacefully and swiftly resolve the issues at hand so they can continue providing the highest level of quality care they have always provided for their residents. The central focus of the contract dispute between the personal care home and the insurance company has to do with residential rates.

The daughter of a 91-year-old resident says she’s very worried her mother will have to move far away from her if the current problem is not resolved soon. There are approximately 70 elderly residents who would be in similar circumstances if the nursing home and insurance company don’t achieve an agreeable solution. This situation is a prime example of how contract disagreements between specific parties often impact others who may not be directly involved in a particular contract.

A business and commercial law attorney can be a great asset when a negotiation problem or contract disagreement arises. An experienced attorney who is well versed in California business laws can advise a client as to what the most viable option available might be to get things back on track in the least stressful manner possible. Anyone in Florida concerned about a current contract problem can seek support by requesting a meeting with a commercial law attorney.


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