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Health Care Law

Individually assessing each matter, we work with you to determine the best course of action regarding a variety of health law issues. Our firm represents physicians, healthcare professionals, medical practices, hospitals, and healthcare systems in medical malpractice litigation, peer review processes, credentialing, professional board/licensing matters, and other healthcare matters.

Medical Malpractice Litigation

We defend hospitals, physicians, podiatrists, chiropractors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals in lawsuits related to the provision of medical care, including cases involving wrongful death, failure to diagnose, surgical complications, birth injuries, and other catastrophic injuries.

Professional licensure matters

We represent physicians, podiatrists, chiropractors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals in licensing matters including South Carolina Labor Licensing and Regulation (SCLLR) medical board and nursing board investigations and hearings.  We also represent health care professionals at hospital fair hearings and credentialing hearings.

Professional Counsel for Hospitals, Medical Practices & Healthcare Professionals

We counsel hospitals, medical practices, and healthcare professionals on a variety of matters, including risk management, internal policy-making, non-compete agreements, and the negotiations of employment contracts.

Additional Practice Areas

  • Peer Review
  • Patient Care and Organizational Issues
  • Administrative Hearings
  • Medical Staff Bylaws
  • Employment and Business Transactional Matters
Common Questions about Malpractice, Licensing and Litigation

We are available to guide healthcare professionals through litigation and licensing matters. One of our goals is to minimize the impact on you; however, your participation and cooperation will pay dividends toward successful resolution. We will work hard throughout the course of the litigation to represent you with honesty and integrity with a goal of successful and fair resolution as expeditiously as possible.

A healthcare professional’s individual exposure will often be dictated by the presence and/or amount of insurance coverage available. There are liability/damages caps in place for health care providers who are not guilty of intentional acts or reckless conduct.

The impact, if any, of a medical negligence complaint on your license is determined on a case by case basis. The licensing authority can take dramatic action against a healthcare provider’s license, including, but not limited to, revoking the license to practice medicine or nursing.  We will work diligently to represent you in a licensing matter and work to obtain a successful result for you.

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When you find yourself asking these questions, speaking with a qualified and experienced attorney will help ensure you’re making the best, informed decisions.

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