Health Care Decision-Making During a Crisis When Nothing Is in Writing
By David Godfrey
Understanding health care decision-making in the absence of an advance health care directive will help elder and special needs law attorneys in two ways. First, people caring for an incapacitated family member without an advance directive will come to these attorneys for advice. Understanding accepted medical practice and standards of care will help attorneys advocate for families and advise them on what to expect. Second, attorneys can use this knowledge to urge all of their clients to create effective advance directives. Download a PDF of the article
Jeff Sodoma, MPA, Esq. is a lawyer based in Virginia Beach, Virginia
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