Jay J . Sangerman, PLLC
Please note that, although this outline refers to Workers Compensation, according to CMS, Set-Aside Arrangements also are required in liability cases. Generally, CMS will not review the Set-Aside Arrangement in liability cases, unless there should be a large recovery. The lack of review, do to the CMS work load, does not mean that a Set-Aside Arrangement is not required in liability cases.
MEDICARE SET ASIDE ARRANGEMENTS
A. Purpose of a Medicare Set-Aside Trust.
II. Workers’ Compensation.
IV. Medicare Set-Aside and Medicaid.
Jay J. Sangerman's firm, Jay J. Sangerman, PLLC, is a boutique law firm which practices in the areas of special needs trusts, trusts and estates and elder law. The firm is listed in The Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers published by Martindale-Hubbell. The practice his a major concentration in special needs trusts and related issues in the settlement of medical malpractice and personal injury matters. The practice, therefore, includes estate planning, estate administration and estate litigation; supplemental needs trusts; Medicare Set-Aside Trusts; assisting in the settlement of tort claims by maximizing the settlement through effective estate planning; guardianship proceedings; Medicaid planning and eligibility; and hospital discharge planning and nursing home placement.
The firm serves as a consultant to attorneys in the settlement of cases, as well as for estate planning upon the anticipated receipt of funds. The firm prepares fiduciary accountings for trust departments, executors and trustees and guardians. Our clients include individuals, hospitals and nursing homes, financial institutions and insurance companies. The firm practices law in New York, Florida and New Jersey.
Jay J. Sangerman has been an adjunct professor teaching Estate Planning and Gift Taxation at New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies. Mr. Sangerman speaks extensively on Estate Planning, Elder Law and planning for disabled adults and children. Mr. Sangerman graduated cum laude from Yeshiva University's Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where he was a member of Law Review, and an Alexander Fellow which provided him the opportunity to be a full-time student clerk to Chief Judge Jack B. Weinstein of the United States District Court, Eastern District of New York. Upon graduation, Mr. Sangerman worked for Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson, where he handled complex litigation matters. Mr. Sangerman is admitted to practice in New York, Florida and New Jersey.
Jay J. Sangerman, PLLC maintains a website which contains articles pertaining to the areas of law in which it practices.
Jay J. Sangerman, PLLC maintains a web page which contains articles pertaining to the areas of law in which it practices.
JAY J. SANGERMAN, ESQ.