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At Capozzi Adler, P.C., we’re proud of what we've acheived for our clients. In addition to completing over $30M in real estate closings during the week of July 2, 2011, and recovering over $18M in Medicaid Reimbursement Appeals over the past five years, here are some specific examples of how we've successfully served our clients.

  • Pridgen v. Green Valley SNF LLC
    756 F.Supp.2d 614, D.Del., December 21, 2010
    Our firm obtained summary judgment in favor of our nursing facility client in a case in which a former employee claimed racial discrimination.
  • MacFarlan v. Ivy Hill SNF, LLC,
    On March 29, 2012, the Third Circuit (Case No. 11-2307) AFFIRMED the summary judgments by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania on July 28, 2010 and May 12, 2011 in favor of our Client, Ivy Hill SNF, LLC in this matter. The Third Circuit agreed that the employee was precluded by his representations to his short term disability insurance company that he was unable to perform the material duties of his regular occupation from claiming rights under the FMLA on the basis that he was able to perform them.† The Third Circuit rejected substituting lesser sanctions such as repayment of insurance benefits instead of precluding the claim for FMLA damages entirely.†
  • RC Operator, LLC d/b/a Willow Terrace
    4-RC-21728 (September 13, 2010), Board review denied (November 17, 2010)
    Our firm proved that our nursing facility client’s Charge Nurses qualified as statutory supervisors and therefore could not be included in a proposed Union bargaining unit.
  • Loving Care Nursing Center, Inc. d/b/a Loving Care Assisted Living v. Department of Public Welfare
    No. 353 C.D. 2011
    Our firm obtained a settlement of fines and a revocation of a personal care home license permitting the residents to remain in the facility while the Department processed the application for a new license by a new operator.
  • FY2006 private nursing facility PRRB appeal settlement in 2009 test case
    Our firm developed a protocol to resolve Medicare Bad Debt disallowance related to failure to bill the State Medicaid Program prior to claiming the Medicare Bad Debt payment. This protocol has now permitted our nursing facility clients to obtain payment from the Medicare Program through corrections during the audit process, during the appeal process, or through reopening. These settlements include: $67,457 (County Home FY2005 Appeal settled in 2011); $153,128 (FY2008 private nursing facility reopening request settled in 2011); $90,120 (FY2006 private nursing facility PRRB appeal settlement in 2010) plus an additional $62,237 through reopening in 2011; $97,545.
  • MIKARMA, INC. v. Department of Public Welfare
    No. 1435 C.D. 2010 (Order of July 26, 2010)
    Our firm obtained a stay of an order revoking a personal care home license and precluding the department from relocating residents until completion of its review of a pending application for a new license by a new operator unless requested by the resident or required by a serious threat to resident health or safety.
  • FC Harmony Personal Care Home v. Department of Public Welfare
    No. 1636 C.D. 2010 (Order Adopting Settlement of February 1, 2011)
    Our firm obtained a settlement of a DPW determination refusing to issue a license to a personal care home operator seeking a new license for its refurbished facility after the prior building was damaged by a fire.

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