COVID-19 presents doctors with high-level challenges.
Medical Justice has solutions.
When navigating unprecedented challenges, access to salient, seasoned experts is invaluable. We’ve devised a collection of templates and guidelines that will see you through the emergent medico-legal challenges presented by COVID-19. These materials will help you safely accelerate the re-opening of your practice while respecting the biological, medico-legal, and regulatory issues specific to COVID-19. An organization that adapts to changing conditions will thrive – our goal is to help your practice adapt to COVID-19 so you can thrive.
Value you’ll receive…
Item 1 – Patient Screening Guidelines Specific to COVID-19
Item 2 – Returning to Practice Guidelines (including Patient Consent Forms Specific to COVID-19)
Item 3 – Guidelines Addressing Staff Issues Specific to COVID-19
How to access these materials…
Members of Medical Justice: Access these resources by visiting your Members Only page.
About Medical Justice
In 1998, founder and CEO Dr. Jeffrey Segal developed the concept of Medical Justice while practicing neurosurgery. His vision is a unique approach that forms part of our two-pronged strategy: to deter the filing of frivolous medical malpractice lawsuits and to enable viable responses and remedies from wrongful suits against physicians. We filed our first patents in 1999, and with the signing of our first distribution agreement in 2002, Medical Justice commercialized our proactive professional liability service.
Today, Medical Justice has assisted over 12,000 physicians in the US. We create a practice infrastructure to prevent, deter, and respond to frivolous medical malpractice suits. We offer prospective and retroactive service plans that enable “points forward” service as well as optional benefits as far back as residency. Medical Justice supports a broad group of medical specialties and is endorsed by many state, county, and specialty medical societies.
Founder and CEO
Jeffrey Segal, MD, JD
Chief Executive Officer and Founder
Dr. Jeffrey Segal is a board-certified neurosurgeon. In the process of conceiving, funding, developing, and growing Medical Justice, Dr. Segal has established himself as one of the country’s leading authorities on medical malpractice issues, counterclaims, and internet-based assaults on reputation.
Dr. Segal is also a partner at Byrd Adatto, a national business and health care law firm. With over 50 combined years of experience in serving doctors, dentists, and other providers, Byrd Adatto has a national pedigree to address most legal issues that arise in the business and practice of medicine.