Our Scott County Mental Health attorneys are here for you. We have the skill and experience to help you with you and your family's special needs, guardianship, elder law, and mental health needs to help protect your loved ones and give them the care they need. Understanding mental health law is critical, and the attorneys at O'Flaherty Law can help with maneuvering this topic.
Please contact our friendly
Scott County Mental Health Attorneys
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In this video, our Scott County mental health attorneys discuss the rights mental patients have in Scott County.
In this article, our Scott County mental health lawyers explain the rights mental patients have in Scott County. When a person receives mental health services, he or she cannot be denied any rights, or privileges or benefits that are guaranteed by law, the State , or the country's constitution because he or she is receiving mental health services. When a person is admitted or is being treated for a mental health issue by a mental health facility it doesn’t automatically mean a person is legally incompetent. Legal competency is decided on at a separate court hearing and if a person is deemed legally incompetent, the court appoints a guardian to assist that person to manage assets and make life decisions.
In this video, our Scott County mental health attorneys discuss what circumstances can lead to emergency involuntary commitment in Scott County.
Mental health is very important and our Scott County mental health attorneys handle these cases with great care. Our attorneys explain the process where an individual with mental illness may be admitted into a mental health facility in the case of an emergency. There are specifics to how this is done, and our attorneys explain the steps it takes to ensure an individual is appropriately admitted into a mental health facility.
In this video, our Scott County mental health attorneys discuss the process of appealing mental healthcare decisions in Scott County.
If your petition for mental health services is denied, our Scott County mental health attorneys are here to help you appeal the denial. There are reasons that you could be denied mental health care, but often times, there are means to appeal these denials. Our Scott County attorneys explain different types of situations in which you can appeal or file a complaint, including: