Stephen J. Silverberg Speaking at Nassau County Bar Association on November 17th.

By Stephen J. Silverberg
New York Elder Law Attorney

Seniors aren’t the only ones who find Medicare options confusing. On Friday, November 17, Stephen J. Silverberg will present “Medicare Supplement vs. Medicare Advantage,” a program examining the different programs to help attorneys better assist their eligible senior clients.

The program, a joint meeting of the Senior Attorney and Elder Law, Social Services, and Health Advocacy Committees, will take place at the Founders Room at the Nassau County Bar Association, starting with networking at 12:30 – 1:00 pm and Mr. Silverberg’s presentation from 1:00 to 2:00 pm. The Nassau County Bar Association is located at 15 West Street, Mineola.

“In our Elder Law practice, we always ask clients to bring their Medicare information with them to the office, especially during Open Enrollment season,” said Mr. Silverberg. “Our reviews almost always find something that’s either outright wrong or that can be better. I’m hoping my colleagues at the Bar Association will be able to use the information from the presentation to help their clients.”

About the Author
Stephen J. Silverberg is nationally recognized as a leader in the areas of estate planning, estate administration, asset preservation planning, and elder law. He is a past president of the prestigious National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), and a founding member and past president of the New York State chapter of NAELA.