Virginia Pediatric Partners Psychologist Fraud Lawsuits For Patients Treated By Sharonda L. Avery
The medical fraud lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are investigating potential claims for individuals who received psychological treatments from Sharonda L. Avery, who posed as a licensed psychologist for years at Pediatric Partners for Attention and Learning in Stafford County, Virginia.
It has been discovered that “Dr. Avery” was a fraud. Not only was she practicing as an unlicensed psychologist, but was completely unqualified to treat patients.
Since 2012, Avery may have treated hundreds of children and adults, potentially providing an inaccurate and unfounded psychiatric diagnosis that resulted in unnecessary medication and other damages.
Our law firm has previously represented clients treated by the fraudulent “Dr. Charles Akoda” and is investigating potential lawsuits for patients of “Dr. Sharonda Avery” and Pediatric Partners for Attention and Learning in Stafford County, Virginia.
Financial compensation and settlements may be available as a result of:
- Fraudulent Medical Treatment
- Misdiagnosis and Failure to Diagnose Psychological Conditions
- Medication Errors and Inappropriate Prescriptions
- Medical Malpractice for Psychologist Referrals
All cases are reviewed by our lawyers under a contingency fee agreement, which means that there are never any out-of-pocket costs to hire our law firm to investigate your case and determine whether you may be entitled to a psychologist fraud settlement. Request a free consultation and claim evaluation.
Sharonda L. Avery – Psychologist Fraud at Pediatric Partners for Attention and Learning in Stafford, Virginia
Pediatric Partners for Attention and Learning was located at 2128 Jefferson Davis Hwy Suite 201, Stafford, Virginia, until it recently closed operations. However, reports suggest the practice employed Sharonda L. Avery since 2012, and for at least the last five years she provided treatments claiming to be a licenses psychologist with two doctorate degrees and one master’s degree. However, that is not correct.
Investigators have now discovered that Avery was not licensed to practice psychology in Virgina, and never even finished college. The problems were discovered after a number of parents raised questions about her credentials.
A number of medical providers referred patients to “Dr. Avery” at Pediatric Partners, and many patients suffered damages as a result of a diagnosis or treatment she provided. In addition, financial compensation may be available as a result of multiple failures within the medical community that allowed this fraudulent treatment to impact more than 100 patients.
Psychology Fraud Lawyers
Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. is reviewing both individual claims and class action lawsuits against Pediatric Partners for Attention and Learning, Sharonda L. Avery and other entities responsible for the fraudulent medical treatment. Find out if you or your child may have a case.