Medical Malpractice: Asset Protection Case Study with Ike Devji

In this enlightening podcast episode, the esteemed asset protection attorney, Ike Devji, J.D., takes center stage. Prepare to delve into a case study that shook the medical community—an astounding $43.5 million judgment against an Orthopaedic Surgeon and the Rothman Institute.

During this captivating episode, Ike shares his expert opinion and invaluable advice on how to navigate the treacherous waters of medical malpractice litigation. Whether you’re a surgeon, physician, or healthcare provider with a vested interest in protecting your hard-earned wealth or simply curious about the legalities surrounding medical malpractice, this podcast is an absolute must-watch.

Contact Ike Devji

If you’re eager to connect with Ike Devji and explore his wealth of knowledge further, you’ll find various contact options at your disposal. Reach out to him via email, give him a call, or visit his website to discover even more insightful content and solutions tailored to physicians and medical professionals.

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Additional Content

Ike’s Asset Protection Headlines Part 2: Post Mortem on a Recent $43.5 million Medical Malpractice Verdict Against an Orthopaedic Surgeon

This supplementary resource delves deeper into the case study mentioned in the podcast, providing a comprehensive analysis and further guidance.

Remember to check out more of Ike’s invaluable content at Physician’s Practice, where you’ll find a wealth of resources designed to support healthcare professionals like you on their journey to financial security.

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By Anthony C. Williams, CWS, ChFC, MRFC, CLU | Investment Advisor Representative | President & Founding Partner of Mosaic Financial Associates & Orthopaedist Advisory Group | Securities and advisory services offered through Cetera Advisors LLC, Member FINRA/SIPC, a broker/dealer and a Registered Investment Advisor.  Cetera is under separate ownership from any other named entity.