Terms and Conditions

Physician Agreements Health Law (“Firm”) follows the requirement of the Rules of Professional Conduct relative to obtaining a representation agreement in writing prior to, or as quickly as possible after, commencing representation of a client (“You”). Accordingly, the following will describe the terms and conditions of our legal representation.

To enable Firm to render services effectively, you agree to disclose fully and accurately to Firm all facts that may be relevant to the matter or that Firm may otherwise request, and to keep Firm apprised of developments relating to the matter. You also will assist and cooperate with Firm as appropriate in dealing with the matter.

Firm agrees not to accept, without prior approval from you, any engagement known by Firm to be in direct conflict with your interests in this matter. If, in the course of representing multiple clients, Firm determines in its sole discretion that a conflict of interest exists, Firm will notify all affected clients of such conflict and may withdraw from representing one or more of the multiple clients to the extent such withdrawal would be permitted or required by applicable provisions of the Rules of Professional Conduct.

You understand and agree that Firm makes no promises or guarantees as to the outcome of this matter other than to provide you with reasonable and necessary legal services. Firm’s representation does not entail a continuing obligation to advise you concerning subsequent legal developments that might have a bearing on your affairs generally, or, after the completion of a matter, subsequent legal developments related to, or that might have a bearing on that matter.

You agree that Firm retains paper copies of documents for five years after the date of such document, and routinely destroys copies of paper documents after that time. Firm will provide you with such paper records upon written request. In the absence of a request from you, these documents will be destroyed. Firm does not make digital copies of all records, but Firm does retain all digital records indefinitely.

 Contract review and negotiation is performed on a flat fee basis.

Contract review services will be provided only after you have paid for the service, and no refunds are given, except as set forth in our Refund Policy. Firm and you agree that the fee in this matter (1) is a flat, non-refundable fee which is earned upon receipt and covers the contract review service you purchased  (2) will not be deposited into an attorney IOLTA or other Trust account to be billed against, and (3) will be deposited in the Firm’s operating account.

Information contained on this website is subject to copyright and accordingly you shall not copy, reproduce or commercially exploit this information in any way.

A violation of these terms and conditions may result in the termination of our representation, in our sole discretion.

We may change these terms and conditions at any time.  These changes will not be retroactive.

If you have any questions about these terms and conditions, please contact us.

Physician Prosperity Program

How It Works

After purchasing the physician contract review, you will receive an email asking you to transmit the agreement and any concerns you have to me. Many physicians do this by email, but I will be available by phone, too. In three business days from the time you purchase the Physician Prosperity Program® and transmit the draft physician employment agreement along with any concerns you have about the agreement and the information I will need to perform the MGMA analysis, you will receive a detailed physician contract review letter from me.

After you receive my physician contract review letter, you will have the opportunity to discuss it with me, to make sure all of your concerns were met, and to correct any factual inaccuracies, or to point out things that were verbally promised but didn’t make it into the physician employment agreement. These discussions, and revisions of the letter following these discussions, are included in the initial fixed fee.

Once you are completely comfortable with the physician contract review letter, you transmit the letter to your potential employer.