Time: Monday – Friday, 8:00AM – 4:00PM
When: The month of March
If you are having difficulty scheduling an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine, let us help you. If you are 60 or older, call Cona Elder Law throughout the month of March and ask for one of our vaccine appointment assistants.* We will schedule an appointment for you!
|Managing Partner Jennifer Cona discussed a vaccine update on the Herald Inside LI webinar on March 18, 2021 with a panel of experts including: |
Laura Curran, Nassau County Executive
Dr. Larry Eisenstein, Commissioner of Health, Nassau County Department of Health
Dr. Aaron Glatt, Chair, Mount Sinai South Nassau Department of Medicine
Click here to watch the webinar on-demand.
*Please be advised that while Cona Elder Law, PLLC will undertake our best efforts to secure a COVID-19 vaccination appointment on your behalf, we in no way guarantee or represent that we will be successful in securing said appointment. As such, we strongly recommend that you or others on your behalf continue to make efforts to secure a COVID-19 vaccination appointment independent of Cona Elder Law, PLLC’s efforts. In addition, if Cona Elder Law, PLLC is successful in securing a COVID-19 vaccination appointment on your behalf, as vaccine supply is currently very limited and appointments scarce, Cona Elder Law, PLLC cannot and does not guarantee that preferences for location, date and time can in any way be honored.
Cona Elder Law is a full service law firm based in Melville, LI. Our firm concentrates in the areas of elder law, estate planning, estate administration and litigation, special needs planning and health care facility representation. We are proud to have been recognized for our innovative strategies, creative techniques and unparalleled negotiating skills unendingly driven toward our paramount objective - satisfying the needs of our clients.
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