In part four of the professional corporation series, I discuss starting a chiropractic company.Companies formed to practice chiropractic care must only employ chiropractors who are licensed by the State Board of Chiropractic Examiners. In addition, the companies must be solely formed for the purpose of providing such care. Owners of the company are limited to licensed chiropractors. All owners may be liable for the errors made by other owners or employees unless liability insurance is in effect. In some cases, owners may still be liable even with proper insurance. Any owners who loses his or her chiropractic license must cease being an owner of a chiropractic company.As the above requirements are only some of the rules an chiropractic company needs to follow, if you are an chiropractor looking to start a company, please contact me if you need help to ensure that your company meets Colorado legal requirements.
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