nderson, Rasor & Partners, LLP’s, representation of healthcare providers in adversarial settings is not limited to medical malpractice defense. Our attorneys defend hospitals and individuals in the state and federal courts against a wide variety of claims arising out of their provision of healthcare services or general operations.
Our attorneys have represented healthcare clients in matters involving:
- RICO (civil)
- Title VII
- § 1983
- Prisoner Litigation
- Credentialing Disputes (modification, denial, revocation)
- Negligent Credentialing
- Class Actions for Medical Monitoring (against hospitals and individual researchers)
Our Healthcare Litigation attorneys also practice regularly before agencies that regulate the healthcare industry and healthcare professionals. We represent physicians before:
- The Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation (IDF&PR)
- Seeking licensure
- Disciplinary Conferences
- Licensure Complaints and Hearings
- The Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services (HFS)
- Peer Review
- Recoupment Hearings
- Provider Status Revocation Hearings
We are also regularly called upon to represent healthcare institutions in the face of investigations or inquiries instituted by other state or federal agencies such as the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), HHS, DOJ, HCFA, and HHS. We represented the State of Illinois in a comprehensive audit of state facilities for the Developmentally Disabled conducted by the United States Department of Justice under the Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons Act (CRIPA).
Peer Review & Credentialing
In addition, our attorneys have extensive experience in conducting Peer Review and Staff Privileging Hearings within hospitals and serving as counsel to medical staffs, hospitals, and Hearing Committees during such hearings. Likewise, we have presented the medical staff’s case in hospital appellate hearings as well as having served as hearing officers during these proceedings. Furthermore, we have handled multiple lawsuits in both the state and federal courts arising out of the conduct of Peer Review and Staff Privileging Hearings.
Recently, ARP attorney Christopher T. Scolire obtained summary judgment on behalf of a hospital in a case involving allegations that one of the hospital’s beds malfunctioned and caused the plaintiff multiple head and upper body injuries. Throughout both written and oral discovery, the evidence revealed that the hospital had no notice of any defect in…
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