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Advising Clients About Hospitalization And Operations

Add patient advocacy to your arsenal.

As attorneys working with the older population and with individuals with disabilities, we frequently encounter clients and client family members who face hospitalization and operations. Because this isn’t a “legal environment,” we’re typically not involved beyond the preparation of an advance directive or other document appointing health care surrogates.  

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