Federal law plays a major role in how the healthcare industry conducts itself and what remedies people within the industry have when they are treated unfairly. The federal health law structure is extraordinarily complex and not easily understood by inexperienced attorneys or laypeople.
At the Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Grass, we regularly represent medical practitioners in federal healthcare litigation and appeals, and we also pay close attention to the impact of federal health law on proceedings that take place before litigation has been initiated.
If you are concerned about any issue implicating federal health law, don’t hesitate to contact us for a free initial consultation with experienced attorney Jeffrey Grass.
In-Depth Knowledge of Federal Health Law
Many aspects of healthcare oversight and regulation are governed by federal law. The most prominent federal law affecting doctors and other practitioners is the Healthcare Quality Improvement Act, which regulates the peer review process and the National Practitioner Data Bank.
If you are dealing with any sort of issue that is governed by federal law — including peer review from the moment it is initiated — it is important to have an attorney who is familiar with the applicable law and federal administrative and civil procedure.
When it comes to administrative and regulatory matters such as peer review and Medicare compliance, great latitude is given to agencies and private organizations with fact finding authority. It would be unwise to go unrepresented by an attorney until you are prepared to take a case to federal court.
A Respected Advocate for Healthcare Professionals
Attorney Jeffrey Grass has gained a national reputation as an advocate for physicians and other medical practitioners in federal court. His articles have been widely circulated, and he has appeared on CNN to discuss legal issues affecting healthcare professionals.
He is a member of the bar of the Supreme Court and of numerous federal courts of appeals and district courts. He regularly represents clients in federal court and has also drafted amicus curiae briefs on behalf of the Semmelweis Society International, which supports physicians facing sham peer review.
To discuss your legal concerns with a lawyer who has comprehensive knowledgeable of federal health law, contact us today.