Our team of attorneys is called upon by the region’s largest health care systems to combat the highest exposure and most complex medical negligence claims. Our team actively represents the top four hospital systems in the Greater St. Louis area. With specialized education and training in the labor and delivery process, our Health Law practice group is recognized as a leader in the defense of birth trauma cases. Our history of trial success speaks for itself.
The focus of our practice group is client service. Our decades-long relationships with our clients are illustrative of our multi-generational commitment to putting our clients’ needs first. Our team includes several attorneys that have worked within the health care industry. This unique lens helps our attorneys defend our clients in more productive and efficient way.
Our Long-Term Care industry team actively participates in industry initiatives and meticulously examines the dynamic regulatory framework imposed on these providers. Our team has the specialized knowledge that is required to defend long-term care facilities, and is often called upon to help educate and train our clients’ employees on key legal requirements and risk management principles. Our Correctional Medicine service team is one of the largest and most sophisticated in the nation. By scaling and modernizing processes, we are uniquely positioned to zealously defend correctional medicine providers against malpractice and civil rights claims. Our reputation for excellence and reliability makes us the go-to firm for health care providers of all sizes and in all specialties facing a claim of professional malpractice.
This commitment to client service remains steadfast when assisting clients in non-litigation matters. Whether navigating the ever-shifting regulatory compliance maze, developing risk management best practices or advising clients implementing state-of-the art medical technology, we deliver unparalleled legal services. By collaborating with key partners, we offer clients streamlined programs to ensure compliance with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA), Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS), Promoting Interoperability (PI) and many other governmental requirements imposed on health care providers.