close also. The money for this account was never put into this account. What happens to the money that was suppose to be set aside in to this account. Can I retrieve this money are not? If i can retrieve this money what is the legal way to do so?
You need to set a meeting with the attorney. If the attorney continues to refuse you can contact the state bar. Money for the Medicare set aside is usually put into an annuity by direct deposit from the insurance carrier, then disbursed to an account you have designated by the annuity company. All something your lawyer should help you establish
Make sure you have exhausted all methods for communicating with your attorney before you begin a complaint with the state bar. Sometimes attorneys are busy for a day and cannot get back to you, but if several days have gone by without any form of contact then you should explore other options.
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