Physicians’ Disputes with Hospitals Lawyers
Disagreements between physicians and hospitals often involve complex legal issues that can affect a doctor’s licensing, compensation, practice, certification and career. If you are involved in a dispute with your employer, our physician dispute lawyers are prepared to represent you and help you pursue a beneficial resolution.
A hospital-physician dispute that is handled poorly can have lasting consequences on your practice. As such, it is critical that experienced professionals handle your case. For the experienced legal assistance you need, contact the physician dispute lawyers of the Burk Law Firm, P.C., today at 512-306-9828 or toll free at 1-888-476-9140 or via email to email@example.com with the subject line containing “Potential New Case”.
Hospital Dispute Practice Areas
When facing a legal dispute with your employer, it is important to be well-informed of your legal rights and options so that you can pursue the best course of action for your particular situation. Our hospital-physician dispute lawyers have experience representing doctors in a variety of professional conflicts, and we may be able to help you in situations that involve:
- Suspension or termination
- Insurance plan participation
- Suspension of privileges relating to rules violations, or accusations of malpractice or negligence
- Salary or other legal employment issues
- Hospital-based contract disputes
If you are facing a dispute with your hospital that affects your employment or business, or that involves other legal matters, you need a responsible attorney that you can trust to handle your case. We at the Burk Law Firm, P.C., have experience representing physicians in hospital dispute cases and we are ready to put our knowledge and experience to work for you.
For a confidential consultation regarding your case and your legal options, contact the physician-hospital dispute attorneys of the Burk Law Firm, P.C., by calling 512-306-9828 or toll free at 1-888-476-9140 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line containing “Potential New Case”.