Complacency or Crisis?

In America, we seem operate to under two modes – complacency or crisis. Not much in between. Everything’s OK until it’s not. Then we convene after the fact commissions to point fingers and prevent the same problem we missed. Remember the Rogers Commission to...

Dealing with Medical Board Complaints: Part II

Before we dive in, some fast advice. Addressing board compliants alone is a challenge. So, don’t take this on alone. Schedule a free consultation with our Founder and CEO, Jeff Segal, MD, JD. We’ve been protecting doctors from medico-legal threats since...

A Doctor Attempts to Murder an Attorney

        Everyone knows we have an opioid crisis. Now we have an opioid treating doctor with his own crisis. Dr. Daniel Schwartz is a pain management physician in Ohio. He was charged with conspiracy, attempt to possess, and attempt to distribute a...

What Do You Hope to Get from This Visit?

 “What do you hope to get from this visit?”This was the introductory question a physician asked me when I first met him.I prioritized my goals and started a brief narrative. And away we went to the races.The more I thought about this simple question, the more...

Getting Sued Even When You Never Saw the Patient

Before we dive in, some fast advice. If you are being sued and you never treated the patient who is propelling the case, know this: Solutions exist. Medical Justice has been protecting doctors from medico-legal threats since 2001. And our Founder and CEO, Jeff Segal,...