Medical Justice: An Organization Dedicated to Protecting Physicians' Reputations and Practices
26-Jan-2012 | News-Press Release
Greensboro, NC ( prsafe ) January 24, 2012 - Medical Justice, for over a decade, has helped to prevent and respond to the frivolous medical malpractice suits that afflict the medical community. Medical Justice offers services and methods to protect the valuable assets of physicians, namely their reputations and practices.
Medical Justice offers many services that are designed mainly to deter meritless malpractice claims and address unwarranted demands for refunds filed by plaintiffs and attorneys. With a team of experienced executives, Medical Justice is effective in developing services that support its members; such as proven early action plans, viable strategies to deter meritless medical malpractice lawsuits, and tools to protect and promote doctors online reputations.Recent research conducted by various organizations reports that a large number of health care providers are facing litigation issues; issues that affect their professional and personal lives. To protect themselves from the negative impacts of meritless legal claims, physicians need to be proactive.
At Medical Justice, these proactive services are offered to protect members from the medical malpractice cases that are filed without any merit.
"Meritless medical malpractice suits against physicians are a real threat that can damage a doctor's reputation and create other unwanted issues. As a membership-based organization, Medical Justice is relentlessly committed to protecting physicians' reputations and practices" stated a Medical Justice spokesman.
Compared to medical malpractice insurance policies, the proactive approach of Medical Justice protects against meritless lawsuits. Medical Justice also offers plans to address medical incidents from the past and pending frivolous lawsuits.
MedicalJustice.com is a membership-based organization that is dedicated in protecting physicians from frivolous medical malpractice lawsuits through deterrence, early action, and effective response strategies. To learn more about Medical justice, visit http://www.medicaljustice.com
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