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Attorneys for Medical Professionals in State Court

November 18, 2018 |

If you are a doctor or other medical practitioner involved in state court litigation over a medical issue, a business issue or a personal issue, you may be concerned about how the outcome of the case will affect your ability to maintain your medical practice.

You deserve the attention of a lawyer who understands your concerns and how to address them. At the Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Grass, we regularly represent healthcare professionals in all types of state and federal litigation and appeals. Don’t hesitate to contact us for a free initial consultation with experienced attorney Jeffrey Grass.

Addressing the Impact of Litigation on Medical Practices

Litigation can have a significant impact on a participant’s medical practice, whether or not the subject matter of the litigation is directly connected to healthcare. Doctors and other medical practitioners involved in any type of litigation face unique challenges and potential consequences, such as:

  • License suspension and revocation appeals
  • Other administrative agency appeals
  • Medical malpractice defense
  • Business, commercial and collections litigation
  • Employment litigation

If you are a medical practitioner and you need to initiate or respond to litigation, it may be extremely beneficial to have a lawyer who is familiar with both healthcare law and the practicalities of running a medical practice and participating in healthcare-related business ventures.

Trial and Appellate Experience on Your Side

Attorney Jeffrey Grass participates in litigation involving healthcare practitioners nationwide. He has handled cases, often in conjunction with other knowledgeable attorneys, in states around the country including but by no means limited to Texas and California. As a devoted physician advocate, he has an in-depth knowledge of healthcare law and policy.

Jeffrey Grass also regularly represents clients and drafts amicus curiae briefs in state court appeals cases, which require particular knowledge of the appeals process.

To gain the insights of an experienced healthcare law attorney as you go through state court litigation and appeals, contact us today.

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