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    Mrs. Walters is entitled to Part A and has medical coverage without drug coverage through an employer retiree plan. She is not enrolled in Part B. Since the employer plan does not cover prescription drugs, she wants to enroll in a Medicare prescription drug plan. Will she be able to?

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    Mrs. Walters is entitled to Part A and has medical coverage without drug coverage through an employer retiree plan. She is not enrolled in Part B. Since the employer plan does not cover prescription drugs, she wants to enroll in a Medicare prescription drug plan. Will she be able to?

    c. Yes. Mrs. Walters must be entitled to Part A or enrolled in Part B to be eligible for coverage under the Medicare prescription drug program. Correct

    Mr. Sanchez is entitled to Part A, but has not enrolled in Part B because he has coverage through an employer plan. If he wants to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan, what will he have to do?

    c. He will have to enroll in Part B. Correct

    Mr. Kelly wants to know whether he is eligible to sign up for a Private fee-for-service (PFFS) plan. What questions would you need to ask to determine his eligibility?

    a. You would need to ask Mr. Kelly if he is enrolled in Part A and Part B and if he lives in the PFFS plan's service area. Correct

    Mr. Gonzalez is entitled to Part A, but has not yet enrolled in Part B. If he wants to enroll in a Private Fee-for-Service (PFFS) plan, what will he have to do?

    d. He will have to enroll in Part B prior to enrolling in the PFFS plan. Correct

    Mrs. Berkowitz wants to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan that does not include drug coverage and also enroll in a stand-alone Medicare prescription drug plan. Under what circumstances can she do this?

    c. If the Medicare Advantage plan is a Private Fee-for-Service (PFFS) plan that does not offer drug coverage or a Medical Savings Account, Mrs. Berkowitz can do this. Correct

    Mrs. Roberts has Original Medicare and would like to enroll in a Private Fee-for-Service (PFFS) plan. All types of PFFS plans are available in her area. Which options could Mrs. Roberts consider before selecting a PFFS plan?

    d. A Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug (MA-PD) PFFS plan that combines medical benefits and Part D prescription drug coverage, a PFFS plan offering only medical benefits, or a PFFS plan in combination with a stand-alone prescription drug plan. Correct

    Which of the following individuals is most likely to be eligible to enroll in a Medicare Advantage or Part D Plan?

    d. Jose, a grandfather who was granted asylum and has worked in the United States for many years. Correct

    Mr. and Mrs. Nunez attended one of your sales presentations. They've asked you to come to their home to clear up a few questions. During the presentation, Mrs. Nunez feels tired and tells you that her husband can finish things up. She goes to bed. At the end of your discussion, Mr. Nunez says that he wants to enroll both himself and his wife. What should you do?

    d. As long as she is able to do so, only Mrs. Nunez can sign her enrollment form. Mrs. Nunez will have to wake up to sign her form or do so at another time. Correct

    You are visiting with Mr. Tully and his daughter at her request. He has advanced Alzheimer's and is incapable of understanding the implications of choosing a Medicare Advantage or prescription drug plan. Can his daughter fill out the enrollment form and sign it for him?

    c. Mr. Tully's daughter can do so only, if she is authorized under state law as a court-appointed legal guardian, has durable power of attorney for health care decisions, or is authorized under state surrogate consent laws to make health decisions. Correct

    You are meeting with Ms. Berlin and she has completed an enrollment form for a MA-PD plan you represent. You notice that her handwriting is illegible and as a result, the spelling of her street looks incorrect. She asks you to fill in the corrected street name. What should you do?

    c. You may correct this information as long as you add your initials and date next to the correction Correct

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    210414 City of Charlottesville v. Regulus Books, LLC 06/09/2022 In a challenge to assessment of taxes on an author of legal fiction works under a city’s business, professional and occupational license tax, the freelance writer’s business is not covered by the ordinance, and the circuit court’s judgment ordering the city to refund his tax payments because the ordinance is unduly vague is affirmed on the alternative ground that the ordinance does not apply to this author. The circuit court erred by awarding the writer recovery of costs not essential for the prosecution of the suit and that portion of the judgment is reversed; the case is remanded to the circuit court for deduction of such costs from its award.

    210560 Marsh v. Roanoke City (ORDER) 06/09/2022 There is no reversible error in the judgment of the circuit court dismissing a petition for writ of certiorari challenging a board of zoning appeals decision that refused to find that operation of a “halfway house” in the petitioners’ neighborhood violated the local zoning ordinance. The petition – while making reference to “Roanoke City” and “City of Roanoke” – failed to name the Roanoke City Council as a party as required by Code § 15.2-2314. Failure to name the governing body as a necessary party within the 30-day window contemplated by the statute is a defect that, when timely raised, requires dismissal of the petition. The argument that petitioners should be permitted to amend their complaint under Code § 8.01-6 is also rejected, since “Roanoke City” is a misnomer for the City, not the Council. As the City is not the proper party to the petition, the repeated references to “Roanoke City” amount to a misjoinder, rather than a misnomer, and accordingly Code § 8.01-6 has no application in this case.

    210721 Seymour v. Roanoke County Board of Supervisors 06/09/2022 In their second amended complaint, neighboring property owners challenging a locality’s decision to grant a special use permit to a wildlife rehabilitation center, which plaintiffs alleged would cause an increase in traffic on a private easement, harming them in several ways, the allegations of the second amended complaint – viewed in the light most favorable to the plaintiffs – are sufficient to establish that the appellants may have standing to challenge the special use permit at issue. The circuit court erred in sustaining demurrers and dismissing the case with prejudice for lack of standing. The judgment is reversed, and the case is remanded for further proceedings.

    201523 Board of Supervisors v. Route 29, LLC 06/02/2022 In an action by the owner of rezoned property, the circuit court did not err in overruling the defendant County’s demurrer because the complaint alleged sufficient facts to state a claim that a transit proffer operated, in this instance, as an unconstitutional condition which is not enforceable. The County’s argument that voluntary conditional proffers need not bear an essential nexus, nor be roughly proportional, to the impacts of the development in question is without merit. The circuit court also did not err in denying the County’s motion to strike the evidence because evidence presented at trial was sufficient to prove that the transit proffer lacked an essential nexus and was not roughly proportional to the impacts of the rezoned property project, and, therefore, should not be enforced. The judgment of the circuit court is affirmed.

    201329 Edwards v. Omni International Services, Inc. 05/26/2022 In a personal injury/premises liability action in which the plaintiff intended to name the owner of a defective dock at a lake resort as the defendant but named another corporation instead, the error was a misnomer subject to correction, but the four-part test under Code § 8.01-06 required for the revised pleading to relate back to the date of the filing of the original pleading was not met. The circuit court did not err in sustaining the resort owner’s plea in bar on statute of limitations grounds, or in dismissing the case with prejudice. Accordingly, the judgment of the circuit court is affirmed.

    210538 Anders Larsen Trust v. Board of Supervisors 05/26/2022 On a petition for a writ of certiorari by owners and occupants of residential properties immediately adjacent to a proposed residential treatment center for teenage girls, challenging decisions by the County’s Zoning Administrator and the Board of Zoning Appeals that no special use permit was required for this use of the subject property, the decision of the circuit court concluding that the neighbors lacked standing is reversed. The allegations made by the neighbors are sufficient to establish that they have immediate and substantial interests and allege burdens distinct from those suffered by the general public, and thus had standing. The judgment of the circuit court is reversed, and the case is remanded for further proceedings.

    201510 Chesapeake Hospital Authority v. State Health Commissioner 05/19/2022 In an appeal by a hospital authority operating a regional medical center, challenging a denial by the State Health Commissioner of an application for a Certificate of Public Need to authorize a new open-heart surgery service and additional cardiac catheterization equipment, the Commissioner made an error of law in misinterpreting the regulatory term “services” within the State Medical Facilities Plan provision at 12 VAC § 5-230-450(A)(2), and the courts below erred in applying the harmless error doctrine to an error of law in an administrative agency case under the Virginia Administrative Process Act, Code § 2.2-4000 et seq. The case is remanded for reconsideration by the Commissioner consistent with this opinion.

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