Articles From John A. Ziegler

Judge Rejects Agency Position Regarding Nursing Home Resident Appeals By Lawrence J. Stark & John A. Ziegler Trusts and Estates, September 2019 Windmill Nursing Pavilion v. Illinois Department of Human Services is an important decision because it directly overrules the DHS legal position that only a spouse or court appointed representative may pursue the appeal after the death of the resident.
Judge rejects agency position regarding nursing home resident appeals By Lawrence J. Stark & John A. Ziegler Elder Law, June 2019 Windmill Nursing Pavilion v. Illinois Department of Human Services is an important decision because it directly overrules the DHS legal position that only a spouse or court appointed representative may pursue the appeal after the death of the resident.
Judge rejects agency position regarding nursing home resident appeals By Lawrence J. Stark & John A. Ziegler Health Care Law, March 2018 Windmill Nursing Pavilion v. Illinois Department of Human Services is an important decision because it directly overrules the DHS legal position that only a spouse or court appointed representative may pursue the appeal after the death of the resident.

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