Applying for Medicaid in Las Vegas
Supplemental Information from DAA
Medicaid is available to residents of Nevada, United States nationals and citizens, permanent residents, and legal immigrants who cannot afford private health insurance because of a disability, including a permanent injury that prevents you from working.
This is a great help to low-income families who meet the guidelines and eligibility as given by the law. It is important that you seek this out, as the health concerns of you and your family should never be neglected.
Who Qualifies & What Happens if an Application Is Rejected?
According to Medicaid guidelines in Nevada, applicants must be residents and reach income requirements, as well as other eligibility requirements, such as:
- Caring for a dependent younger than 19 years old
- You are older than 65 years of age
What Is the Approval Rate for Medicaid in Nevada?
The SSA receives thousands of annual applicants, with more than 60% facing rejection. After an appeal, however, the approval rate jumps to about 80%.
How to Apply for Medicaid in Las Vegas
The team at Disability Action Advocates (DAA) can help you with the application process and give you the tools you need when you visit your local Medicaid office. With the guidance of our Las Vegas Social Security Disability lawyer and representatives, you can start your Medicaid application today.
Legal Representation for Disability Cases
Contact DAA as soon as you are unable to work, and we will examine your claim and discuss your options. Medical insurance is something that no one should be without, and we will work to get your Nevada Medicaid application approved as soon as possible.
Discuss your situation with our Las Vegas Social Security Disability attorney and representatives today. Call (888) 421-8705 or contact us online to start your Las Vegas Medicaid application.
FOCUSED EXCLUSIVELY ON SSD & SSIOur Services Include:
Filing all forms for the initial application, reconsideration & hearing
Helping you through each step of the process so you know what to expect
Coordinating any social security doctor appointments you may have
Obtaining all your medical records and gather the necessary information
Reviewing your file thoroughly to discover weaknesses & determine what is needed to obtain a favorable decision
Representing you at a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge
Supporting you throughout the entire process
Appealing your case if appropriate