FAQ - Physicians
Do I Have the Right to Legal Counsel at Any Point in This Process?
Yes. You may retain legal counsel from the very beginning, when the MRSC is gathering facts before making a recommendation. Or, you may involve your lawyer later in the process. Any party in an adjudicatory proceeding may be represented by counsel, but an attorney appearing on behalf of a party shall first file a letter announcing the fact of representation at the earliest date practical. Parties shall retain counsel at their own expense and requests for appointment of counsel shall not be entertained.