I want to know if a non-physician can own a medspa, in
hello, I want to know if a non-physician can own a medspaJA: What state are you in? And have you consulted a local attorney?Customer: in Georgia no, i'm trying to find oneJA: Has anything been officially filed? If so, what?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: if he know a way around it, to make it complient, so I do not get in trouble
How can I keep a Profit Sharing plan and my corporation if
how long can I keep a Profit Sharing plan and my corporation if the corporations is not actively doing any business now, has no revenue but some expenses? what options are available to roll over the PSP funds to another entitiy and what if I have investment in real estate in the PSP?Thanks
I have a collaborative agreement with a md where i practice
I have a collaborative agreement with a md where i practice currently. I am starting a new medical practice in addition 2 days a week for now. My question is since I'm a APRN and have not quite reached 3 years for full independence yet. My question is do i need another collaborative agreement with a differwnt MD at this new place same state of CT or should the one be okay and cover me legally
Closest topic I could find. I'm starting as a licensed
Closest topic I could find. I'm starting as a licensed counselor as a sub contractor in a doctor's office. I need practice insurance just for me. One company gives me a quote (HPSO) of $350 a year for addictions counselor 1,000/3,000. But through another company (Hiscox) I can get 2,000,000 in general liability and professional liability for $100 a month. Questions:Why the huge difference? And do I need general liability, they are providing me with a space within their office and I am seeing their patients for drug counseling within their office. I know I need professional liability. HISCOX separates the two and HPSO does not. General liability seems to me more for a facility, it includes " Claims of personal injury including libel and slander" which I thought might be helpful but I would think professional liability would also include this coverage. This is the breakdown they listed for me.Professional LiabilityProfessional Liability limits and deductiblesYour quote includes liability coverage as standard for:Claims against you for negligence, even if you haven't made a mistakeAwarded damages and defense costs up to your policy limitServices delivered by all staff, including temporary employees and internsUnknown claims arising from previous work (back to an agreed-upon date)Sexual misconduct and abuse claims covered up to $200,000Failure to protect personally identifiable information up to $25,000Aggregate limit$Deductible$Monthly cost$69.97Want to change your product choice?General LiabilityGeneral Liability limits and deductiblesYour quote includes liability coverage as standard for:Damage to someone else's propertyDamage to rented properties (e.g. a fire)Injury to a third party including related medical expensesActions of your staff, including temporary employees, interns and volunteersClaims of personal injury including libel and slanderOccurrence limit$Deductible$0Monthly cost$29.33
Can non-physicians be owners in a medical practice in
Can non-physicians be owners in a medical practice in Georgia? We are forming a new practice and are looking at non-physicians being part owners.JA: Has anything been officially filed? If so, what?Customer: Also can this be done as an S-corporation? No nothing has been officially filedJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: There will be one physician and two non-physicians all equal owners
I need to know what basis, if any, I would have for an
I need to know what basis, if any, I would have for an appeal on a Nevada small claims court appeal. I was the plaintiff and lost. As I understand the appeal process, you cannot appeal based on facts but rather it must be a legal error. My case was with regard to money I extended (not outright loaned) to the defendant for the purchase of an automobile for $5,000. The defendant was a family friend who has bad credit and asked me to buy a used car for her, and agreed to repay me. We had nothing in writing, but I have text messages from the defendant in which she agreed to purchase price, and agreed to repay me $400/month. The defendant made 2 payments via personal check and I took pictures of the checks, that did clear the bank. In court, the defendant stated that although the text messages came from her phone, it was not her who sent them and that her cell phone had somehow been 'compromised' and someone else must have sent them. As for the 2 payments, she claimed that the checks were for 'something else' I did for her and not related to the car. To top it off, she stated that at Xmas time I visited her house and said the car was an Xmas gift and did not have to be repaid (that never happened as I was 500 miles away at Xmas). The judge ruled that the car was a gift as the defendant "never expressly agreed to repay it".What basis would I have for an appeal? Would it even be worth it?
I have a question about purchasing a business. A Landlord
I have a question about purchasing a business.A Landlord owns a local strip plaza with four tenants close to my house. The Plaza contains a Chinese Food Place, an Phone Repair Shop, A Barber Shop, and a Pizzeria. The Landlord is the owner of the Pizzeria and is looking to sell the pizzeria.I am looking to purchase the Pizzeria and want a 20 year lease. He is only looking to give me a 10 year lease. I feel more comfortable protecting my investment with a 20 year lease, however I think there is great potential at this pizzeria. With that said, I would be willing to do a 10 year lease IF it is possible to protect myself this way.I'd like to have a contingency in the agreement that states after my lease is over (the initial 10 years), he can not re-open a pizzeria in the plaza for an additional 10 years, as well as he can not sell the Property to another Business Owner who plans on having a pizzeria there for another 10 years.The reason I am asking for this is because if he won't give me a 20 year lease. I don't want to build up this existing pizzeria to a gold mine, and then he says I'll just reopen after my lease is done, OR have another Pizzeria Owner say he will just reopen in my location. I want to protect myself somehow. Is this possible to do, and will it hold up in court?Thank You!Dominic
I am trying to find out if an entity without an alcohol
I am trying to find out if an entity without an alcohol license can receive commissions on the sale of alcohol from a licensed entity.JA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.Customer: CAJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: DOn't think soJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Yes, the unlicensed entity wants to try and restrict access to alcohol they do not own.