Physician Contract Negotiations Attorney

California Healthcare Employment Agreement Attorneys

Amador Law Corporation reviews and negotiates physician employment contracts with extensive experience in California.

Physician contracts are complicated and include many terms and conditions that outline a range of items such as:

  • Financial compensation
  • Hours: Work and call schedules
  • Equity in the practice
  • Vacation time and Paid-time-off (PTO)
  • Process for resolution of disagreements
  • Your liability and right to compensation
  • Liability insurance and tail coverage
  • Termination Provisions (With or without cause)
  • Restrictions on competition and solicitations
  • And more…

It is important to know the terms and conditions of your physician’s contract and how how breech of your contract opens you up to a civil lawsuit and non-compete clauses.

At Amador Law Firm we understand physician contracts. We are experienced physician contract negotiations attorneys.  We review and negotiate physician contracts with physician practices and hospitals. For physicians currently under a contract, we are here to enforce, modify, or terminate contracts

Our physician contract negotiations attorneys will review your contract, identify the areas that could be improved and assist you in negotiating the best contract possible.

Physician Contract Negotiations services include:

    • reviewing and negotiating physician employment contracts
    • preparing physician employment contracts
    • helping physician as employers
    • helping employees enforce contracts
    • advice on setting aside or voiding physician contracts
    • litigation of physician contracts (in start or federal court)
    • litigation of restrictive covenant (covenants not to compete)

Our experienced healthcare and physician employment agreement review attorneys focus on our client’s interests.  We thoroughly review line-by-line your physician employment contract for compliance with California and federal law.  We also review each  provision of the contract and measure if it is beneficial for to the physician or the employer.  During the negotiation process we review any provisions that might be ambiguous and suggest alternative language during the negotiation process.

Contact our California law firm today for a free phone consultation to discuss your medical employment agreement.  Give us a call at our Los Angeles law office (310) 792-7400 or fill our our online form.