Legal Advice for Medical Expenses — 18 results
Written by attorney Steven J. Fromm, over 4 years ago.
Other Usual Requirements for Deductiblity Must Be Met If the remaining requirements of § 213(a) are met (for example, the taxpayer’s total medical expenses exceed 7.5 percent of adjusted... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, about 4 years ago.
Medical expenses are deductible on Form 1040, Schedule A to the extent that they exceed 7.5 percent of your Adjusted Gross Income. This is the last line on Page 1 of your form 1040. Often... more
Written by attorney Richard Kantner, over 1 year ago.
It is never too early or late in the year to learn more about some tax deductions that you may be missing. An often-overlooked aspect of dealing with our elderly clients, patients, and even... more
Written by attorney Timothy Young, over 2 years ago.
Jones Act insurance coverage provides compensation for maritime workers who are injured as a result of negligent actions from an employer or coworker. For help learning about Jones Act... more
Written by attorney Erika Salerno, almost 5 years ago.
The usual requirement is that both parents maintain health care insurance coverage on the children that is available to them through their employment at a reasonable cost. In addition,... more
Written by attorney Steven Knapp, over 3 years ago.
To ensure that you continue to receive the highest quality medical care and to protect your credit, it is important to immediately pay medical bills. As a part of our legal representation... more
Written by attorney Steven J. Fromm, about 4 years ago.
Adjusted Gross Income Limitation For 2010, you may deduct only the amount by which your total medical care expenses for the year exceed 7.5 percent of your adjusted gross income. You do... more
Written by attorney Patrick Phillips, about 4 years ago.
A proper assessment of damages in personal injury claims requires consideration of future medical expenses. However, such claims are inherently speculative, since they involve costs that... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Rasansky, over 4 years ago.
A few people with cerebral palsy are intensely mentally disabled. They may also be dependent upon wheelchairs and, in the worst circumstances, they may perhaps call for a degree of care... more
Written by attorney John N Skiba, over 4 years ago.
A fair amount of my clients have dealt with an extended illness that caused them to incur significant medical bills. In my own experience it seems that the health insurance premiums keep... more