Administrative Law / Professional License Defense Lawyers
A regulatory board or a licensing board has the power to limit a licensee’s abilities or they can terminate the licensee’s ability to practice. If you’ve received a complaint against you, this should be treated with the highest level of importance.
What to do if a complaint has been filed against you?
If a complaint has been filed against you from a licensing board or a regulatory board, you may need legal representation. Complaints are very serious matters. Board complaints can be time consuming and expensive, as well as emotionally exhausting. At the Law Offices of Phillip Myer, we have thorough experience working with licensing and regulatory boards. We have also represented licensees and can help with a complaint that is filed against you.
With various professions, you are given a license to work. If a complaint is filed against you, an investigation can be performed by a state board. They may threaten discipline or you can lose your license if you don’t have legal representation. This can affect your career if you are facing disciplinary actions.
Our attorneys at the Law Offices of Phillip Myer have worked with numerous licensed professionals to help minimize and dismiss disciplinary action that is taken against you. We can help to refute the allegations in the complaint to protect your license.
Types of allegations that can be included in a complaint
Types of allegations can include criminal convictions, incompetence, fraud, false reports, alcohol or drug impairment, law violations, mistreatment of a patient or client or improper record keeping.
We will work on your behalf to respond to the complaints and minimize the disciplinary Actions against you as a licensed professional by responding to the accusations with a Notice of Defense and a Request for Discovery.
Help to Protect Your Business License
We work with all types of professionals and businesses in administrative and licensing law cases including physicians, registered nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, dentists, psychologists, chiropractors, paramedics or EMTs, land surveyors, engineers, architects, therapists, hair stylists, and other types of healthcare providers.
The Discipline Process
Once a complaint is filed, the state board will impose discipline automatically. The complain leads to an investigation and you can respond in writing or appear before a professional board for a hearing. This is why you should contact a lawyer right away because the evidence can be used against you. A state board may resolve the case through a settlement agreement or you may have a hearing similar to a court trial if action is brought against you.
When you need legal representation, the Law Offices of Phillip Myer can help you throughout your licensing case. We will be present for hearings, help gather evidence, assist with settlement negotiations ACH hearings and appeals.
For help with a complaint against your license, please contact us at (855) 391-3091 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a FREE consultation.
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