Weitz Morgan protects healthcare providers and their practices through aggressive advocacy, experienced counsel, and successful outcomes.
Combining its trial-tested litigation and dispute resolution skills with deep industry knowledge, Weitz Morgan's attorneys provide our healthcare clients facing litigation the highest level of legal representation.
Our lawyers support their clients in court, arbitration, mediation, and through administrative proceedings by combining in-depth experience in healthcare matters with litigation skills developed in trials, hearings, government investigations, and negotiated settlements.
Since 2000, physician reimbursements from insurance carriers, whether in-network or out of network, have steadily dwindled. With reimbursements on the decline, getting paid what is allowed under an insurance policy becomes crucial.
Weitz Morgan has successfully sued and negotiated proper reimbursements with virtually every insurance provider in Texas. Our clientele includes surgeons, in home healthcare facilities, acupuncture clinics, and hospitals. And we have been successful in litigation against BCBSTX, Humana, United Healthcare, Tricare, and Aetna.
Whether you are in network and your fees are set by contract, or out of network where a Usual and Customary or Reasonable and Customary standard applies, we have extensive experience in collecting unpaid or underpaid provider claims.
Physician & Nursing Board Complaints
One of the most prevalent legal problems physicians and nurses encounter comes in the interaction with their respective regulatory boards. Issues can be as simple as a license renewal or advanced and serious as a complaint.
Most physicians and nurses never have to deal with the disciplinary section of the board. Thus, when a complaint comes in it is easy to feel at a loss as to how to proceed. Weitz Morgan has been representing physicians and nurses in contested complaint matters since 2008. We know the nuances of the system and can help negotiate an agreed order with the Board, or if necessary, fight the complaint through the State Office of Administrative Hearings.