Scott Linneweber is an associate attorney at Eagle and Fein, P.C. Scott’s practice focuses on Elder Law, Medicaid and VA Benefit Planning, and Estate Planning and Administration.
Prior to law school, Scott attended the University of Evansville (B.S. 1992) and Southern Illinois University at Carbondale (M.S.Ed. 1995). A summa cum laude graduate of the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law (J.D. 2003), Scott was a Note Development Editor for the Indiana Law Review and was awarded the Faculty Prize and the Berlon Pro Bono Award.
Scott’s interest in the law began while he was working for the Vincennes University Foundation, where he began learning about the various legal strategies individuals could use to both plan for their personal future and make charitable contributions.
Admitted to practice in Indiana, Scott’s work in Medicaid began in 2004 as a Staff Attorney for the Family and Social Services Administration. He served as in-house counsel for the Office of Medicaid Policy and Planning, the Indiana Prescription Drug Program, and the Children’s Health Insurance Program. Prior to joining Eagle and Fein, P.C. Scott was the Director of Compliance and Counsel for Managed Health Services, a Medicaid managed care organization where he acted as the primary point of contact for regulatory entities, represented the organization in administrative hearings, and oversaw regulatory reporting, auditing, vendor oversight, and policy development.
Scott resides in Indianapolis with his wife, Danielle, and his daughter, Elliott. When not serving his clients, Scott enjoys spending time with his family and volunteering with 4-H.