Practice Without Fear

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Element Limited, 2003 - Medical - 164 pages
"Practice Without Fear" is a physician's guide to asset protection.
 

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Contents

Why you need asset protection? You dont if assets arent important to you
7
Lowering your medical risk How not to get sued in the first place
23
Lowering your nonmedical risk Thing you probably never thought of
45
Isnt asset protection illegal? Its not heres why
56
What happens when youre sued Be prepared
59
Corporations Your first line of defense
63
Trusts Your asset protection castle
66
Other methods Quick and easy ways to protect yourself
87
Ultimate privacy If they cant find it they cant take it
98
Getting sued your response Dont panic read this
102
Other tricks Clever secrets your lawyer doesnt know
106
Summary and acting now Act now or pay later
110
Case Studies Learn from the mistakes of others
116
Bibliography
144
Appendix
145
Copyright

Going offshore Out of reach out of touch
92

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About the author (2003)

Roger Y. Murray, M.D. graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina in 1977, after which he did an internship in Internal Medicine and residency in Family Practice. He became Board Certified in 1980, and recertified in 1987. From 1980-1981 he was the Emergency Room Physician at Florida Hospital in Altamonte, Florida. He has been in private practice in Altamonte Springs since 1981. His interest in Phlebology started in 1987. Having been a speaker for Hoechst-Roussel on Peripheral Vascular Disease, (which deals with arterial disease of the legs) for five years, Dr. Murray wanted to know more about venous diseases of the legs. What started out as just attending a conference to expand his horizons, has developed into the passion of his professional life. He studied extensively both at home and abroad for three years before actually beginning to practice Phlebology. He is now a member of The North American Society of Phlebology and Canadian Society of Phlebology and continues to lecture on both arterial and venous leg. Roger has personal experience of losing assets after he went through a four year legal battle in a routine divorce case, the attorneys fees exceed $0.5 Million. His wife was awarded 80% of his assets. He wishes he knew then what he knows now. He has practiced for over 25 years in the State of Florida. He has never had a single malpractice case or complaint.

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