Posts Tagged ‘john wilson’

The Barstools at the Belmont Theatre

access_time Posted on: April 7th, 2022

A Musical on the Main Stage At The Belmont Theatre. Theme: Back to the Future! April 7-9th, 2022 Thursday through Saturday showtimes at 7:30pm CGA cast members include attorneys John Wilson, Jack Hartman, Ron Perry, Evan Gabel, Hunter Schenck, Brent Diefenderfer, Dan Fennick, Zach Nahass, and, of course, Tom O’Shea. The Bar Stools are always hilarious and 100% of the the proceeds are donated (50% to the York County Bar Foundation and 50% to the Belmont Theatre). Tickets may be purchased HERE.

Can State Medicaid Programs “Recover” a Victim’s Future Medical Expenses?

access_time Posted on: January 10th, 2022

On January 10th, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on the Gallardo v. Marstiller case. The Court’s decision in this case will impact whether a state Medicaid program can seek reimbursement for past medical expenses from the portion of a tort recovery designated for the beneficiary’s future medical expenses. In 2008, Petitioner Gallardo—a thirteen-year-old student who lived in Florida—was struck by a truck after her school bus dropped her off after school. As a consequence, Petitioner Gallardo suffered debilitating physical injuries and brain damage. To this day, Petitioner Gallardo remains in a vegetative state.  In response, Petitioner Gallardo’s parents brought… read more »

UPDATE: COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan Policy Changes

access_time Posted on: September 17th, 2021

Small Business Owners and COVID-19 The COVID-19 pandemic has affected every one of us—but perhaps none more so than small businesses owners. A May 2020 study, conducted by the Society for Human Resource Management, reported that 42% of small business owners had to close their business as a result of the pandemic and that 62% of small businesses experienced a decrease in revenue. In November 2020, Vice President Harris acknowledged these bleak circumstances by confirming that one in four small businesses in the US have closed due to COVID-19. Over the last year and a half, the federal government has… read more »