Representing Texas physicians is the heart of our practice. Kershaw Anderson is devoted to the meritorious defense and representation of health care professionals in court and in administrative proceedings. For more than 20 years, we have been proud to support and defend Texas health care professionals when their reputations and livelihoods are threatened in court and in administrative proceedings.
Kershaw Anderson represents physicians and other care providers in the defense of health care liability claims in Texas courts. With more than 20 years of experience in this highly-specialized field, we are experts at capably assessing such claims and confidently guiding our clients through the entire process of hearings, depositions, mediation, and finally trial.
Kershaw Anderson is committed to the representation of Texas physicians in disciplinary matters with the Texas Medical Board. Our experience in the defense of these matters goes back decades and includes work at every stage of the process from responding to the initial complaint letter, gathering supportive material during the investigative phase, attending ISC hearings, and then participating in SOAH proceedings and mediations. With vast experience from having defended hundreds on physicians in such Texas Medical Board matters, Peter Anderson is a frequent speaker and commentator on the rules and regulations of the Texas Medical Board.
Arising out of those core practices, Kershaw Anderson also consistently represents Texas physicians in conflicts with credentialing hospitals. For physicians facing this inherently biased process involving corrective action plans, adverse actions, suspensions, or a failure to be re-credentialed, Kershaw Anderson can lend a helping hand.
Finally, in recent years, Kershaw Anderson has gained experience assisting Texas physicians and their practice groups with HIPAA Risk Assessments. Kershaw Anderson’s security team is prepared to promptly respond and investigate any concern for an unauthorized disclosure of protected health information to determine whether a breach has in fact occurred and whether Protected Health Information (PHI) has been compromised. Kershaw Anderson can also then assist with the ramifications of the Risk Assessment in terms of any necessary notifications or reporting.