Skilled negotiators and lawyers with administrative law experience would do well to consider representation for doctors before medical boards regarding “physician health” matters.It is not that esoteric, complicated or difficult. As with the rest of the population, most have just not critically analyzed the issues behind the curtain.
Source: Competent, Ethical and Fair Legal Representation for Doctors —A Possible New Niche area for Lawyers.
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Surplus lawyers work retail cosmetic counters around here.
I feel, lawyers can never be fair …Because of many reasons. One is that who is paying the lawyer. So they have to oppose the truth. Everyone knows that.
Another is that unsatisfactory of patient is their wealth. So doctors will always on receiving end
There are plenty of competent, fair and ethical lawyers. But very few who will work “pro bono” for clients they consider not to be indigent…e.g. doctors. There are a few who have expertise in PHP matters and advocate for doctors because they HAVE “seen behind the curtain” and what they see disgusts them. I would encourage any who might read this to consider joining my Linked In group “Physician Advocacy Exchange”. Disclaimer: I do not practice law. I counsel physicians who are in any kind of legal difficulty, and am an activist in prevention of physician suicide.
If a lawyer took this on, they would make a name for themselves and would have clients jumping fences to hire them . It would also make history. The trick is to fight long and hard enough.
Get legislative laws passed .
In AZ the boards of nursing are made up of one faith and lawyers know it would be their last case, the AZ BAR would go after them , and be their last case. 2017 and the cult is still running the state. I looked up similar board in Mass and this may be the problem there too. Northern state progessive founding fathers but when you have names like Romney, and Brigham Young (hosp) well I think the mission creeps have been placed and they get into health care, and judges , after all 10% is mandatory. They are taught this and who benefits the Temples . It is a big elephant no one wants to address.
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