Law Offices of Scott Glovsky

Law Offices of Scott Glovsky The Law Offices of Scott Glovsky was founded in 1999 and specializes in insurance bad faith, catastrophic personal injury & health-related litigation.
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As everything opens back up, please keep our children safe. A year ago, children comprised 3% of COVID cases. Today, kid...
05/04/2021
Children Now Account For 22% Of New U.S. COVID Cases. Why Is That?

As everything opens back up, please keep our children safe. A year ago, children comprised 3% of COVID cases. Today, kids account for 22.4% of cases. #covid #children #childrenhealth

A year ago, COVID-19 cases in children made up less than 3% of the U.S. total. On Monday, the American Academy of Pediatrics said children represented 22.4% of new cases.

If you do not already have health insurance, now is certainly a much more affordable time to get Affordable Care Act com...
05/03/2021
Covered California Says Health Insurance Just Got Too Cheap to Ignore

If you do not already have health insurance, now is certainly a much more affordable time to get Affordable Care Act compliant coverage. The majority of Covered California enrollees already get financial aid and now there is even more aid available. #AffordableCareAct #ACA #CoveredCalifornia

Californians who passed up health coverage in the past may be pleasantly surprised by the lower prices available thanks to the new federal relief act.

If you are among the nearly one million Hispanics in CA who need but aren't receiving mental health services, here are s...
04/29/2021
Nearly 1 million Latinos and Hispanics in California are unable to receive mental health services

If you are among the nearly one million Hispanics in CA who need but aren't receiving mental health services, here are some resources to reach out to. #MentalHealth #mentalhealthsupport #Hispanics #latino

New data shows nearly 4 million Hispanic and Latino people across the country are not receiving the mental health care services that they need, and some say it's even become a luxury. Of that roughly 3.8 million, nearly 1 million of them are in California.

ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, is a horrible and incurable  disease. Biogen will offer its experimental Rx "to...
04/27/2021
Biogen to make experimental ALS drug available to dying patients - The Boston Globe

ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, is a horrible and incurable disease. Biogen will offer its experimental Rx "tofersen" (not yet approved by the FDA) to some of "the most rapidly progressing patients" after a study is finished this summer. #ALS #LouGehrigsDisease #Biogen

Biogen said it will make an experimental medicine for Lou Gehrig’s disease available to some people who are dying of the incurable illness starting in July, following months of pressure from patients who had no other treatment options.

Given that LA-Long Beach is already in the top 10 cities most polluted by ozone exposure, it is nice to know that in the...
04/23/2021
Biden to restore California's power to set pollution rules

Given that LA-Long Beach is already in the top 10 cities most polluted by ozone exposure, it is nice to know that in the future California will be able to set its own pollution rules. #pollution #cleanair

DETROIT (AP) — The U.S. Transportation Department is moving to reverse former President Donald Trump's bid to end California's ability to set its own automobile tailpipe pollution standards. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which is part of the DOT, said Thursday it is proposing...

We are grateful on Earth Day and on every day for all of the beauty and natural resources our planet provides. #EarthDay...
04/22/2021

We are grateful on Earth Day and on every day for all of the beauty and natural resources our planet provides. #EarthDay #earthdayeveryday

We are grateful on Earth Day and on every day for all of the beauty and natural resources our planet provides. #EarthDay #earthdayeveryday

Riverside County and other areas of LA might hit herd immunity by June 15th. #COVID19 #herdimmunity #riverside
04/16/2021
Riverside County aims for COVID-19 herd immunity by mid-June

Riverside County and other areas of LA might hit herd immunity by June 15th. #COVID19 #herdimmunity #riverside

With everyone 16 and older now eligible to get vaccinated, Riverside County health officials expect herd immunity to COVID-19 in eight to 10 weeks.

Spring is beautiful at our Claremont office.
04/12/2021

Spring is beautiful at our Claremont office.

Spring is beautiful at our Claremont office.

This is surprising given the pandemic and the toll it took on people, but fortunately US suicides dropped in 2020. #suic...
04/09/2021
US suicides dropped last year, defying pandemic expectations

This is surprising given the pandemic and the toll it took on people, but fortunately US suicides dropped in 2020. #suicide

NEW YORK (AP) — The number of U.S. suicides fell nearly 6% last year amid the coronavirus pandemic — the largest annual decline in at least four decades, according to preliminary government...

Senate Bill 562 will help children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) get Behavioral Health Treatment in California. Ou...
04/08/2021
Portantino’s Bill to Improve Healthcare Access for Autism Spectrum Disorder Patients Approved by Senate Committee – Pasadena Now

Senate Bill 562 will help children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) get Behavioral Health Treatment in California. Our case against Kaiser years back got Kaiser to stop systemically denying Applied Behavioral Analysis and speech therapy to children with ASD. #autism #healthcare #pasadena

Daily Newsmagazine and City Guide to Pasadena, California featuring local news, breaking news, events, weather, sports news, schools news, shopping, restaurants and more from Pasadena Now

Here is a list of films from 2020 that showcases resilience and humanity. #films #pandemic
04/07/2021
Ten More Films That Highlight the Best in Humanity

Here is a list of films from 2020 that showcases resilience and humanity. #films #pandemic

It’s time for the Greater Goodies, honoring movies from one of the most difficult years in living memory.

College students will return to campus in the fall. #college #inpersonlearning
04/06/2021
Colleges and Universities Plan for Normal-ish Campus Life in the Fall

College students will return to campus in the fall. #college #inpersonlearning

Universities need full dorms and dining halls to make back some of the estimated $183 billion in losses they’ve suffered over a year of remote education. The hope is widespread vaccination will kee…

It is always a good idea to check hospital pricing before you are there so you don't face surprise bills. Per the Public...
04/05/2021
New Year, New CMS Price Transparency Rule For Hospitals | Health Affairs Blog

It is always a good idea to check hospital pricing before you are there so you don't face surprise bills. Per the Public Health Service Act, hospitals must make public a list of the hospital's standard charges for items and services and they must update the list annually. #surprisebilling #hospital #publichealthserviceact

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services promulgated a new rule for hospital pricing, effective January 1, 2021, that would require disclosure of a wide range of hospital prices. This blog post reviews the history, requirements, and scope of the CMS rule, industry criticisms of the rule and th...

There will not be a national vaccine passport. #VaccinePassport #covidvaccination2021
04/01/2021
Everything you need to know about vaccine passports

There will not be a national vaccine passport. #VaccinePassport #covidvaccination2021

The Biden administration says it’s leaving digital vaccination records up to states and the private sector.

Good news about Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccination for kids as young as 12. #covid #covidvaccination2021
03/31/2021
Pfizer says its COVID-19 vaccine protects younger teens

Good news about Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccination for kids as young as 12. #covid #covidvaccination2021

Pfizer announced Wednesday that its COVID-19 vaccine is safe and strongly protective in kids as young as 12, a step toward possibly beginning shots in this age group before they head back to...

Some children want to return to in-person classrooms and others prefer to remain learning at home. And teachers also hav...
03/29/2021
LAUSD goes to great lengths to show schools are safe to reopen. But it's a tough sell

Some children want to return to in-person classrooms and others prefer to remain learning at home. And teachers also have different opinions about returning to the classroom. #covid #inpersonlearning #LAUSD

The theme of the moment is that L.A. schools are safe — but it's hard to turn on a dime after months of a contrary message.

Did you hear that open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act health care plans has been extended until August 15, 2021?...
03/24/2021
Biden administration extends special ObamaCare enrollment until August

Did you hear that open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act health care plans has been extended until August 15, 2021? #affordablecareact

The Biden administration announced Tuesday it is expanding the special pandemic enrollment period for ObamaCare plans for three additional months, until Aug. 15.

Xavier Becerra has been fighting for Californians for years. Now he'll be fighting for all Americans in his new role as ...
03/22/2021
How The New HHS Secretary Could Impact the ACA What Biden’s New HHS Secretary Could Mean for the ACA

Xavier Becerra has been fighting for Californians for years. Now he'll be fighting for all Americans in his new role as the Secretary of Health & Human Services. Learn about what this could mean for Affordable Care Act. #XavierBecerra #healthandhumanservices

Xavier Becerra was confirmed as the new HHS Secretary. Read more to find out how he could impact the ACA.3 minute read: President Joe Biden nominated California’s Attorney General Xavier Becerra, a known supporter of the ACA, as the new Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary. On March 18,

The American Rescue Plan includes free and extended COBRA coverage from April through September 2021 for some people. #A...
03/19/2021
Free And Extended COBRA Coverage Under The American Rescue Plan Act oF 2021

The American Rescue Plan includes free and extended COBRA coverage from April through September 2021 for some people. #AmericanRescuePlan #cobra #covid

Section 9501 of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (the “ARPA”)[1] requires employers to extend offers of free COBRA coverage to certain individuals for the period from April 1, 202

Many types of screenings (colonoscopy, mammograms, etc.) fell during COVID. Unfortunately, advanced cancers are now appe...
03/17/2021
Advanced Cancers Are Emerging, Doctors Warn, Citing Pandemic Drop in Screenings

Many types of screenings (colonoscopy, mammograms, etc.) fell during COVID. Unfortunately, advanced cancers are now appearing due to the downturn in screenings. #screening #Cancer

Appointments for mammograms and other tests to detect potential cancers were canceled during lockdowns, possibly leading to undiagnosed malignancies. In some cases, the delay has come at a great cost.

Are you familiar with the cards "GoodRx" and "California Rx Card?" These are cards that anyone, insured or not, can use ...
03/16/2021

Are you familiar with the cards "GoodRx" and "California Rx Card?" These are cards that anyone, insured or not, can use to find discounts on prescription drugs.

Are you familiar with the cards "GoodRx" and "California Rx Card?" These are cards that anyone, insured or not, can use to find discounts on prescription drugs.

Good news about lung cancer screening. People are now eligible for annual screenings at 50 (formerly 55) and smoking int...
03/10/2021
New guidelines more than double the number of Americans eligible for lung cancer screening, but experts say it's not enough

Good news about lung cancer screening. People are now eligible for annual screenings at 50 (formerly 55) and smoking intensity was reduced from a 30 to a 20 pack-year history. This change increases eligibility for screening from 6.4 million Americans to 14.5 million Americans. #LungCancer #screening #ScreeningTest

The US Preventive Services Task Force made two significant changes to its lung cancer screening recommendations, which were first issued in 2013.

Part of the American Rescue Plan includes subsidies for some Americans to lower the cost of health insurance premiums. #...
03/09/2021
Pandemic Aid Package Includes Relief From High Premiums

Part of the American Rescue Plan includes subsidies for some Americans to lower the cost of health insurance premiums. #AffordableCareAct #ACA #healthinsurance

Experts say the two-year expansion of subsidies for most people who buy insurance through the government exchanges would be among the most significant changes to the affordability of private insura…

Here's a sign of returning to normalcy. Theme parks can reopen at a lower capacity starting April 1st. Learn more about ...
03/08/2021
Disneyland, Universal and other California theme parks can reopen April 1

Here's a sign of returning to normalcy. Theme parks can reopen at a lower capacity starting April 1st. Learn more about how they can reopen here. #COVID19 #disney #universalstudios #knottsberryfarm #sixflagsmagicmountain

The new California theme park guidelines and opening date are part of a ‘refresh’ of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s four-tier Blueprint for a Safer Economy.

Be on alert for new COVID-19 fees from your healthcare provider. If you are enrolled in Medi-Cal, Denti-Cal or Medicare,...
03/05/2021
California AG Becerra Warns Of Tacked-On COVID Fees Consumer May Not Have To Pay

Be on alert for new COVID-19 fees from your healthcare provider. If you are enrolled in Medi-Cal, Denti-Cal or Medicare, you don't have to pay these fees. If you are not enrolled in one of these plans, question your healthcare provider and insurance company about these fees. #COVID19 #COVIDFee

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra issued a warning to consumers Tuesday about some healthcare providers reportedly charging a COVID-19 fee that many people are not obligated to pay.

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without breaking confidentiality , can you tell me what the status of Gillen Washington v Aetna is?