Q: How do I find an injunction that was placed against my physician for breaking a non compete clause by leaving a practice
Myy physician broke a contract by leaving one practice and opening his own. I legally can not see him for two years. I need to see him. Is there any way for me to get a copy of the injunction and file a motion to see him and what would that be called. I have searched the web for a copy of the injunction and it is not public.It is very important to my health that I see him as he has been my dr for many years. I can't wait two years to see him. All other patients of his that has requested to be seen through the court have been denied however, I was his patient long before he became a dr at the practice he left and the other patients were not. Does that hold any hope for my case? Thank you. I can not see him until May 2016.
A: Call or write to your doctor at his new office and request a copy. Rather than trying to obtain a copy, why not simply call your doctor and schedule an appointment. If his staff questions you, point out that you were his patient before he went with his last practice, and you wish to remain his patient. The final decision, however, rests with your doctor. If he does not wish to see you, you can ask for a referral to another doctor he recommends.
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