Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare Lawyer Columbus, Ohio

Are you unable to make decisions regarding your healthcare? Let us help make arrangements.

A Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare can be granted to anyone you trust to follow your wishes regarding any medical care or treatment decisions, in the event you are unable to make those decisions yourself.

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Everyone should have a Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare and should provide a copy of the document to their primary care provider to be incorporated in their medical chart. What if an illness or accident occurs? Or what if you’ve lived a long life and you’ve reached the age to where you’re unable to think properly, and you’re left unable to communicate with doctors and decide which medical treatment you want? Nobody wants to think about the possibilities of this becoming their reality, but it happens far too often. Let Erney Law in Columbus, Ohio help you take the proper legal steps to ensure your future healthcare needs are in the hands of someone you trust.

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Why you need a Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare lawyer in Columbus, Ohio.

You will need a Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare lawyer because the process of creating legal documents can be an arduous task, particularly when it involves the matters of life and death. Probate lawyers have the experience and skills required to fully prepare such legal documents and are better prepared to cover all the bases that you may have missed when preparing your own document.

When does a Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare take effect in Columbus, Ohio?

Your Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare is a legal document. Once you’ve completed this document it is ready to begin protecting you immediately. The decision to utilize your document, passing all decision-making onto your representative will come from your healthcare team, typically your doctor, when they’ve deemed you to be unable to make sound decisions due to your current mental state. This decision is based on these factors:

  • Are you able to understand the decision you’re being asked to make?
  • Can you make informed decisions?
  • Can you relay your wishes?

If you’re unable to perform these tasks, your durable power of attorney for healthcare will be implemented and your representative will step in to make decisions on your behalf.

Over a year ago I was involved in a car accident and was injured. I contacted Erney Law in Columbus Ohio and spoke to Mary Erney. The following day I met up with the father-daughter duo Robert & Mary Erney... best decision I ever made. They fought for my case 100%. Their honesty and open communication gave me assurance that I was in good hands. Thank you to Mary Erney for being understanding, caring, knowledgeable & determined. If you looking for a great attorney I highly recommend Erney Law.

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"I was seriously injured in a car accident. I was put in a bad situation by my first lawyer. I thought I would never hire a lawyer again until I met Rob Erney. He took my case and rebuilt it, ultimately getting a great settlement for me. Rob was easy to get a hold of and answered all my questions. He is honest, hard working and keeps his word. Mr. Erney is an excellent auto accident lawyer and I will recommend him to anyone."
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What's the process?

Personal injury cases can be complicated and not always guaranteed. Our process ensures that every client we represent will receive the best possible financial outcome, and start the healing process.

Step One - Free Case Evaluation

Free Case Evaluation

We will first review your case carefully, get to know you, and gain an understanding of your injuries.

Step Two - Monitor Your Care

Monitor Your Care

If injured, we make absolutely sure you are receiving the proper medical treatment during this difficult time.

Step Three - We Handle Everything

We Handle Everything

We will relieve the worry and burden of dealing with the insurance companies to ensure the best possible outcome.

Your Attorneys Mary Erney & Rob Erney

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a durable power of attorney for healthcare?

A durable power of attorney for healthcare allows you to appoint someone to make healthcare decisions for you in the event you are unable to make those decisions for yourself.

Why do I need a durable power of attorney for healthcare?

Naming a durable power of attorney for healthcare will allow your healthcare to continue seamlessly if something were to occur and you could not make your own decisions regarding your healthcare.

Whom should I name as my durable power of attorney for healthcare?

If you are married, your spouse is the person it makes the most sense to name as your durable power of attorney for healthcare. If you are not married, you should name an individual you are close to and who understands and will follow your wishes if you are unable to make healthcare decisions for yourself. Many people name a parent or a sibling.

When does a durable power of attorney for healthcare go into effect?

The durable power of attorney for healthcare is effective the date it is signed. This does NOT mean you give up the right to make your own healthcare decisions. It simply enables another person to make decisions for you in the event you are unable to make them for yourself.

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