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Protecting Your Reputation With Our Experience
Chapman Law Group was founded in 1989 by Ronald W. Chapman with the goal of creating a boutique litigation law firm advanced in specific areas of law and capable of providing exceptional personal service. Today, Chapman Law Group is an AV-rated litigation firm, representing clients nationwide with principle offices in Michigan and Florida. For more than 30 years, we have been passionate about helping clients with matters involving health law, medical malpractice defense, professional licensing, criminal defense, correctional law, civil rights defense and business matters.
Our Strength Is Your Strength
We appreciate the time and effort it takes to become a licensed health professional and understand the potential issues you may face in your chosen field. We are dedicated to protecting and defending what is important to you – your license, your reputation and your future livelihood. Whether you are just starting your career, expanding your practice or planning for retirement, Chapman Law Group is here for you.
We Focus On Healthcare
Chapman Law Group focuses on the specific legal areas needed to provide sound legal representation to health care professionals. We have assembled a team of attorneys who possess strong knowledge, experience and understanding of the issues health care providers face. We also have attorneys who are licensed nurses and physicians and who truly know the intricacies of your profession and the law.
Mega Firm Experience Without the Price Tag
We assign one of our trained litigators to your file and work to ensure results with a reasonable price tag. We do not overwork and over-bill your case. Large firms often assign a senior partner and others who do little actual work and yet bill the “big bucks”. We don’t overcharge for unnecessary services such as needless motions or excessive investigations, and we won’t over-bill you for the services we provide. When the situation presents itself, we will modify our fee arrangements to fit your needs and ensure fair and reasonable compensation for the results achieved. Working in a collegial environment, we share our resources and work experience to reduce the financial burden on our clients.
Our Size Works Best
We are large enough to offer a variety of services, yet we are laser focused and dedicated to those in the health care industry. We don’t believe that one size fits all and strive to offer the perfect blend of resources and services required by health professionals.
We pride ourselves on having strong ethical values, a hard-working attitude, dedication to client needs, extensive experience in our chosen areas of law and, most importantly, the long-term relationships we have built with many of our clients. Our team of professionals is specifically selected for their experience in, their passion for, and their focus on health care law. We are honored to offer the legal services you may need throughout your career.
Medicaid provider fraud is a unique focus area of health care fraud prosecutions, involving highly specialized law enforcement teams focused exclusively on providers who bill medicaid for health care products
DUI with Nursing, Physician, or Professional License A DUI does not need to be a career ending event for licensed health professionals. However, a DUI conviction is a serious event
The short answer is NO. The main reason is the Federal Anti-Kickback Statute (“AKS”), which prohibits any person from “knowingly and willfully” paying, offering, soliciting or receiving any remuneration, directly
Two physicians were charged with unlawfully prescribing suboxone while working at Redirections Treatment Advocates (RTA) in Wierton, WV. Based on our specific experience in defending addiction medicine providers and Suboxone, Ron Chapman II was asked to join the trial team on this case and other companion cases.
A Michigan nurse’s license was summarily suspended as a result of refusing an employment drug screen after allegations of drug diversion and declining an HPRP monitoring agreement.
Michigan social worker was placed on probation after the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) found that she had violated the confidentiality provision of the child protection statute because they believed she had disclosed the identity of a mandated reporter.
We have offices in Florida and Michigan, and routinely practice in Federal Courts nationwide. As experienced Health Care Defense Attorneys, we have been serving clients across the country for over 30 years. Let us help you.
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