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Daniel C. Curry

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Adjunct Professor

Phone: (270) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  Nashville , Tennessee , United States
Western Kentucky University
1906 College Heights Blvd. #61086
Bowling Green , Kentucky 42101
United States

Company Description: Founded in 1906, Western Kentucky University is Kentucky's third largest university with a projected enrollment of more than 20,000 for fall 2009. WKU has...   more

Employment History

  • Benefit Counselor and Administrative Law Specialist
    Kentucky Legal Aid
  • Legal Assistant
    Kentucky Legal Aid
  • Attorney
    Kentucky Legal Aid
  • Weekend Docent
    Riverview at Hobson Grove Historic House Museum
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Bowling Green Kentucky KY Daily News, 23 May 2004 [cached]
"There is still a lot of confusion from Medicare recipients, a lot don't understand that this is truly a transition program that lasts through December 2005," said Daniel Curry, a benefit counselor and administrative law specialist for Kentucky Legal Aid in Bowling Green."Its intention is to provide relief to Medicare recipients who have no other coverage through that period 'til Medicare Part D takes affect." The 2005 Medicare D card would bring an elective $35 monthly fee that would be taken out of Social Security benefits, which would mean 75 percent off prescription drugs - after a $250 deductible - up to $2,250.At that point, a Medicare beneficiary would pay 100 percent of prescription drug costs up to $3,600, after which Medicare will pay for 95 percent of the costs. Part of the confusion surrounding the cards comes from the numerous versions available, each offering different coverage on different combinations of drugs from different pharmacies.In Kentucky alone, 41 national drug cards are available. For this reason, Curry has been busy offering educational seminars throughout Kentucky Legal Aid's 35-county service area in the western end of the commonwealth. "I've done several presentations, and I'll be continuing them through the month of June," Curry said. There has also been tremendous response from pharmacies willing to help people in making their selections, he said. Additionally, young people have assisted older people with Medicare's Web site,, which offers a guide to help determine what card is right, Curry said.Kentucky's State Health Insurance Assistance Program also has a toll-free tip line at (877) 293-7447. Curry has given some training to the staff at the Bowling Green Public Library so they can help people log on to the Web site and help maneuver through it.The library staff will not make the decision about which card to choose, but will help with the tools to facilitate that decision, Curry said.
Medicare discount cards difficult to wade through, 9 Sept 2004 [cached]
That's typical of the response across the state, because the new Medicare program is complicated and difficult for many seniors to understand, according to keynote speaker Daniel Curry, a legal assistant for Kentucky Legal Aid.Medicare began signing seniors up for the discount card program in June.
"Nobody anticipated 40 discount cards being approved for the program," he said, noting that each one has its own list of covered drugs and pricing.
Curry said more than 80 companies applied to offer the discount cards, but only 40 met all of Medicare's requirements.
During a question-and-answer session, Curry told seniors who wanted more information about discount cards to contact their local senior citizens center or go to on the Internet.
Bowling Green Kentucky KY Daily News, 23 Dec 2004 [cached]
Daniel Curry, an attorney with Kentucky Legal Aid, said that participation in the program has been low throughout the county, even though it is geared only to help.
"I really hate to see people not take advantage of $600 for 2004 and another $600 for 2005," he said.
Curry wanted to let seniors know that signing up for it over the phone is also an option.
"You can sign up at 1-800-Medicare, although there can be lengthy waits," he said."The advice I give everyone is if you cannot access the Internet, try and find a family member or an agency to assist you.The Web site is very user-friendly."
According to Curry, this is only a temporary program that will last through 2006, when Medicare Part D takes effect, a prescription drug benefit designed to help alleviate the cost burden for seniors.
Until then, Curry said, it is important for seniors to recognize this credit as a great opportunity.
"Just because you were happy with ..., 19 Nov 2010 [cached]
"Just because you were happy with your plan last year and it worked well for you, doesn't necessarily mean it is going to work best for you this year," said Daniel Curry, of Kentucky Legal Aid.
That is why we find him here at the Warren County Senior Center helping local seniors decide on new Medicare Part D plans.
"Some of your drugs may have fallen off of their formulary and as we all know, your prescription drug needs change from year to year," said Curry.
"We hope to help everyone who comes to us for assistance in making these comparisons," said Curry.
Jim Browning and Daniel ..., 7 Nov 2008 [cached]
Jim Browning and Daniel Curry are both graduates of Western Kentucky University, where Mr. Browning currently teaches English.
Mr. Curry is the Director of Benefits Counseling at Kentucky Legal Aid, an adjunct professor at W.K.U. and a weekend docent at Riverview at Hobson Grove, an historic house museum.
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