Frequently Asked Questions
How are we different from other contract review services found on the internet?
We provide the services of an attorney with over 18 years of experience solely in the healthcare industry. We also have experience managing medical practices. Our attorney has represented individual physicians, existing medical practices and hospital systems with physician employment agreements. Our attorney has represented parties on both sides of physician employment agreement (the employee physician and the employer) and knows what each party wants and expects. Our attorney has also created and reviewed equity ownership documents when physicians join group practices or enter into investment opportunities.
Are we board certified?
In Texas, attorneys can become Board Certified. The Texas Board of Legal Specialization states, “Board Certification is a mark of excellence and a distinguishing accomplishment. Within the Texas legal community, Board Certification means an attorney has substantial, relevant experience in a select field of law as well as demonstrated, and tested, special competence in that area of law.” Presently, there are only roughly 60 attorneys in Texas who have been able to satisfy the requirements of The Texas Board of Legal Specialization for Health Law.
Who reviews my contract?
Our Licensed Attorney, Jim Kelso, JD, LLM (Health Law) will review your agreement.
Is my information secure?
Yes. We are required by law to protect your information. This duty arises from the Attorney-Client Privilege. Your information must be managed in a confidential and protected manner. We take information security seriously and make sure your information is not shared with anyone. The payment process is also through PayPal, one of the most trusted names in online transactions.
How do I contact you?
We are very reachable. You can contact us to us and we will respond as soon as possible. You can also contact us at email@example.com or call us 888-238-3001.
Where are your offices located?
Our offices are located in San Antonio, Texas. However, we have clients from across the country.
Will the review be confidential?
Yes, we are obligated to protect your information and this obligation arises from the Attorney-Client Privilege. This obligation arises from our law license and only our Clients can allow us to disclose the information contained in our legal files to other parties.
How long does a review take?
We try to complete all employment contract review services within 4 to 5 business days. In many instances, we can accomplish the review within 2 to 3 business days. We do have an Expedited Review Option for $150; however, the ability for us to meet our Client’s goals will be permitted based on our existing workload. In order to have the review of your agreement expedited, please call to discuss the availability for the expedited service.