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Milwaukee WI physical therapist license defense attorneyWisconsin physical therapists know that their license to practice must be closely guarded. Losing or having any restrictions on your license will have a negative impact on your business and your reputation in the community.

Licensing issues can come up at any point when one is applying for a license or after a license has been issued. A physical therapist’s license can be threatened by a complaint filed by a patient or other person. In these instances, the Wisconsin Physical Therapy Examining Board may send out an investigator to gather more information.

An investigator will attempt to speak with the physical therapist whose license is at issue. While it is not recommended, some physical therapists will not consult an attorney in advance of this meeting or bring an attorney to the interview.


Wisconsin defense attorney, Wisconsin criminal lawyerAfter a nationwide sweep for healthcare fraud violations, the Justice Department is bringing criminal charges against hundreds of providers. Nurses, physicians, and even entire clinics are all on the list. What does this mean for their future, and what can you do if you happen to be facing such charges? The following information may be able to help.

Healthcare Fraud or Honest Mistake?

At first glance, avoiding charges for healthcare fraud might seem like an easy task. However, there are strict guidelines and regulations for healthcare providers and facilities. One misstep could lead to serious problems. For example, failing to practice due diligence and ensure that all employees are eligible to participate in Federal healthcare programs could put you at risk. Haphazard documentation can lead to accidental double billing for services rendered.

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