Beverly Sampson’s mother Shirley Willis was a self-sufficient woman in good health. But in 2008 Shirley suffered a bad fall and was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. She never made a full recovery and was eventually transferred to a nursing home. The cost of her care was $10,000 per month, which she had to pay for out-of-pocket.
A few months later a close friend of Beverly told her about Barron Ross. Beverly’s friend explained that Barron Ross could help Beverly find a new way to pay her mom’s nursing care costs. Beverly met with Barron Ross and learned about Long-Term Care Entitlement Benefits and how these benefits could be accessed immediately to help pay for her mother’s care, even though her mother was already in the nursing home.
Because the family was already paying out-of-pocket, Barron Ross immediately implemented an Asset Protection Plan and quickly got Shirley qualified for benefits. This effectively stopped the out-of-pocket payments as the benefits began to cover the nursing care costs. This also helped protect Shirley’s home from future costs of the care. Beverly was able to count on Barron Ross every step of the way. As she recalled, there were many times she would call Barron Ross
at all hours of the night to get answers to her questions and resolve any confusion.
Shirley Willis has since passed on. Looking back, Beverly says of Barron Ross,
On each anniversary of my mother’s death, I think about the help you gave us. Your services are much appreciated.
Note: Note: For privacy reasons, details of health problems are not disclosed.