For several years our firm has been an active participant in the Jackson County Chamber of Commerce’s Summer Learning Series. This year Karl Steinberger and Stacie Zorn will make a presentation on “Workplace Violence Training for Supervisors”. This timely...read more
Healthcare & Professional Liability
For decades, Heidelberg Steinberger has represented hospitals, nursing homes, physicians, and laboratories in a wide range of administrative proceedings, and traditional litigation. Our firm also advises these clients on practice management, privacy, billing, and a host of other day-to-day issues. We have assisted healthcare facilities and other providers in drafting staff bylaws and other documents required for compliance with HIPAA, Stark, and Anti-kickback laws. Our attorneys handle administrative actions for our healthcare clients ranging from credentialing issues to physician recruitment agreements, as well as compensation arrangements and traditional employment issues. Our firm also has expertise in assisting professionals organize their practices and counsels professionals with legal entity selection and many organizational aspects of their business.
The firm has maintained a professional liability defense practice for over 30 years by representing physicians, hospitals, and other healthcare providers as well as lawyers, dentists, engineers and other professionals. Our trial and appellate experience in this unique and complicated field has allowed us to be approved and recommended counsel for virtually all professional liability carriers in Mississippi. Our firm has a lawyer listed in Mid-South Super Lawyers in the area of Professional Liability Defense and many of our lawyers are well versed and experienced in this field with invaluable trial and appellate experience. Our firm also has expertise in assisting professionals organize their practices and counsels professionals with legal entity selection and organizational aspects of their business. Some examples of our achievements in this area are:
- At the close of 4 days of testimony and Plaintiff’s presentations in a medical malpractice trial, the court granted a directed verdict in favor of our defendant doctor;
- In a medical malpractice action, where liability was clearly established against the defendant, the award determined at arbitration was less than that demanded;
- The expert hired by opposing counsel in a medical negligence case was jailed for refusal to comply with the subpoenas as issued; and
- In a case against a defendant physician where economic damages alone exceeded $12 million, after seven days of testimony the jury returned a defense verdict.
By: Tristan Armer, Esq. I have recently taught employers and human resource managers on how to lawfully test their employees for alcohol and drugs in the course of employment. I cover the legal minutia in these sessions to answer the question,...read more
Another year, another seminar for our clients gone by. First, from all the attorneys and staff at Heidelberg Steinberger, thank you to our clients that attended the seminar. As our work continues to become more electronic and less in person, we enjoy seeing...read more
Mississippi Worker's Compensation Coverage