Medical Billers Beware - You can be sued under Florida’s Consumer Protection Law
If you are a medical provider sending bills to patients who may have suffered an injury compensable by workers’ compensation, you should be aware of consumer protection lawsuits. Under Florida law, a health care provider may not directly collect, receive a fee from, or bill a patient who is obtaining workers’ compensation benefits.
South Florida Medical Malpractice Update: Ready, Set, Trial!
Get ready defendants, the trial blitz is here! On April 30, 2021, The Florida Supreme Court implemented a new fast track system with the hope of getting all pending and new civil cases tried as soon as possible.
Congratulations to our 2021 Essay Scholarship Winner
On Behalf of Lubell Rosen we would like to send a special congratulations to our 2021 Essay Scholarship winner. Alexandra is a currently attend the University of Wyoming, located in Laramie, Wyoming. She is studying biology, with the goal of going to medical school after she graduates.
If you get an EEOC Complaint you need an Employment Lawyer from day one.
If you are in business long enough, and you are successful, chances are you are going to face at least one EEOC Complaint, because success attracts lawsuits. Having an experienced employment lawyer, versus not, can either make it a slightly unpleasant experience, or a very expensive, extremely unpleasant, experience.
Can I Require My Employees to be Vaccinated for COVID?
The question, “can I require my employees to be vaccinated for COVID,” does not have a yes or no answer. Like most things in employment law the answer is, it depends. The EEOC has released new guidance on the issue, and what is clear, is that most, but not all, of your employees, can be required to get a COVID Vaccine.