Dallas Healthcare Practice Attorneys
In the midst of the dramatic healthcare industry transformation, physicians, nurses and healthcare administrators and workers are increasingly embroiled in business disputes and litigation. We protect their rights and interests, working to ensure they are able to continue working in the healthcare industry without interruption.
We Help Doctor and Nurse Clients Navigate the Law
Kilgore & Kilgore has an established record of serving clients in the healthcare industry. A physician may need to contest an overly restrictive non-compete agreement or an exclusive-preclusive service agreement. Sham peer reviews may restrict promotion and advancements for business reasons, punishing healthcare employees for engaging in legal behaviors. Other issues, such as conflicts of interest in physician-owned hospitals, insurance claim disputes, abuse of a doctor hotline and partnership disputes have also erupted as the healthcare industry evolves.
Satisfied Clients Tell Us
Click on this link to read some of the many client testimonials that people have sent to thank our business attorneys for getting them back on track. Kilgore & Kilgore can do the same for you.
We Protect Whistleblowers
Under the federal False Claims Act, nurses, physicians and healthcare professionals are encouraged to blow the whistle on institutions and individuals that act fraudulently or illegally. We can ensure that healthcare practitioners are protected while making whistleblower claims involving Medicare or Medicaid fraud, upcoding, Stark Act violations, kickbacks, fraudulent cost reporting, denying coverage for pre-existing conditions and other instances of healthcare fraud and discrimination.
Reach Out to Us
To learn more about our Dallas healthcare practice attorneys or to schedule an appointment to discuss matters in confidence with a healthcare law attorney at our Dallas office, contact us. We offer a free 15-minute consultation with a Kilgore & Kilgore attorney to help you decide if you have a viable claim and how to proceed with an action.
Business disparagement and wrongful termination of physician
Fu v. Baptist St. Anthony’s, No. 2:07-CV-028-J (ND Tex Amarillo Division) (2007)