The disability benefits team at Andalman & Flynn understands the vital importance of access to healthcare for all Americans. Disability does not discriminate. We are all vulnerable to falling ill at any time or experiencing an accident which can require expensive medical treatment and result in the inability to work.
Therefore, we oppose efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and repeal the expansion of Medicaid, which together have allowed more than 20 million Americans to have health insurance and improved access to medical treatment.
Rather, we support efforts to improve the ACA and for additional states to expand Medicaid in order to provide more effective and more affordable insurance coverage for all. We believe that the United States has sufficient resources to ensure that all Americans are insured and can access quality healthcare when needed. We also believe that everyone should have the right to medical care and we will continue to lobby Congress to work toward that goal.
How You Can Support the ACA
We encourage our clients and readers to actively participate in the political process. Be an informed voter. Know where the candidates stand on healthcare issues such as the expansion of Medicaid, improving the ACA and lowering the cost of prescription medications, health insurance premiums, and deductibles, along with other issues about which you care. Make sure to vote, campaign for candidates of your choice, and let representatives (your own as well as others) know what you think.
Contact Andalman and Flynn for Disability Law Assistance
The disability team at Andalman & Flynn has the experience, the knowledge, and the passion to assist with the filing, processing and winning of disability benefit claims. We help workers win claims including Short- and Long-Term Disability Insurance, FERS Disability Retirement, State of Maryland Disability Retirement, and Social Security Disability applications. Contact us online for a free consultation.
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