Who is Eligible for Florida Medicaid? How Our Medicaid Attorney Can Help You.
Eligibility requirements for Florida Medicaid include residency in the State of Florida, United States citizenship or meeting certain immigration status, a need for health insurance assistance, being aged 65 or older, being pregnant or having a child under 18, being blind or disabled or having a parent, spouse, or child in your household who is blind or disabled, and having a household income determined to be at or below the current federal poverty level.
The Florida Medicaid eligibility process can be complicated, as can the application process. Michelangelo Mortellaro, Esq., is an experienced Medicaid Benefits Attorney in Tampa who can help you determine Medicaid eligibility and provide assistance with completing the application process. If you have applied for Florida Medicaid and your application has been denied for any reason, call Mortellaro Law today for a thorough review of your case and application.
Michelangelo Mortellaro is a talented and knowledgeable Medicaid Attorney in Tampa FL who can explain how to best reapply for Medicaid coverage, including any information that details problems you have or assistance you may need with the activities of daily living, or other important factors that can help you qualify.