Doyle, Schaffer McMahon LLP Defends Healthcare Professionals from a System Stacked Against Them
If you have been watching the news lately, you know that the current climate of our healthcare systems is contentious, unfavorable, and generally unsatisfactory to every American citizen. We feel like we continue to may more and more each year, but have less and less coverage. Unfortunately, as with many things, some of us mistakenly misdirect our frustrations onto the wrong cause. The state of health insurance is a complex web of business, politics, taxes and more influences than we can see. However, rather than rally against these seemingly abstract and far away concepts, some patients instead transfer their ire to their healthcare providers. Is it fair? Of course not. While we can understand the resentment that builds when people feel like they are getting less for more, the tendency to transfer this to a lawsuit against the providers is creating problems of medical professional who are just doing their jobs.
At Doyle, Schaffer, McMahon, LLP, we specialize in the representation of doctors and defending nurses and healthcare professionals. If your practice is facing an unexpected lawsuit, we are here to help.
When approaching a malpractice lawsuit, or issue requiring a HIPAA lawyer, our team knows how important it is to understand the benchmarks of quality of care and industry best practices. Additionally, we learn not only the facts of the case, but how your practice operates so that we are able to demonstrate that you continuously meet the standard of care for your specialty. We never focus on fast settlements or easy solutions, but rather work with you to not only know your objectives, but to also protect your professional reputation. We want you to go through the litigation process feeling like you have a qualified advocate who “gets” you and your practice.
If you are ready for a consultation, please contact us today so we can get started working on defending you and protecting your interests. With our help, you can get through this so that you can focus on what is important—the patients who need you most.