Questions and Answers
Do you represent patients and employees in health industry matters?
We predominantly represent providers. However, we are more than happy to discuss your situation with you. If we are unable to assist you, then we will point you in the direction of other attorneys who specialize in your particular matter.
I’ve received a letter from my licensing board requesting documents. Do I need an attorney?
It is always best to have an attorney review any documents you send to a licensing board before you send them. The attorney can ensure your submission is accurate, identify any problems that you may face going forward, and work with you to proactively fix any issues the licensing board may be focusing on.
Someone I work with is committing fraud. What should I do?
You should consult with an attorney to ensure that you are as isolated from the fraud as possible and to discuss whether you may have also unknowingly violated any laws. Depending on the circumstances, you may also have to report the other person’s fraud. An attorney can help you determine what your legal obligations are.
I haven’t started my practice yet. Can you help me?
We regularly help providers begin practices, open new facilities, or acquire existing operations. We also help providers who are ready to sell or retire.
Your office is far from me. Can you come to my office, or can we meet in between?
We are happy to make arrangements to meet that are convenient for everyone. We also regularly provide on-site services.
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