California Medical & Dental License Defense Lawyers

Call Today If You Are Having an Action Taken Against Your License!

As a medical or dental professional, you depend on your ability to practice your trade in order to sustain your livelihood and help your patients. So when you receive notice that the licensing board is considering taking an adverse action against your license, it can be overwhelming or confusing. An adverse action against your license can result in everything from a suspension to restrictions in your practice to even the fully and total revocation of your ability to practice medicine or dentistry, meaning you cannot afford to take this situation lightly. Instead, you should retain the assistance of a California medical and dental license defense attorney from The Edmunds Law Firm.

When you call The Edmunds Law Firm for help with your professional license action case, you can trust that our skilled and dedicated attorneys recognize the importance the issue has on your life. It can be intimidating to have to face an action against your license, but you have the opportunity to act quickly and maintain your ability to practice with the help of one of our seasoned, professional legal advocates. With more than 40 years of experience, we proudly serve clients around the country as a trustworthy, experienced ally on their side when facing an adverse action.

If you are facing a license action from a License Board, call The Edmunds Law Firm now at 800.481.2526 and ask to receive a free initial consultation!

Why Am I Facing an Adverse Action?

An adverse action usually comes about due to a complaint being filed against you. These complaints can come from nearly anyone, including patients, co-workers, and even the License Board itself. When a complaint is filed against you, the License Board will look at the complaint in further detail and determine whether or not it is worthy of an adverse action against your license. If the board is considering taking action against you, they will notify you, and you will have the opportunity to fight back, which is where we come in.

You can receive an adverse action against your license for:

  • Sexual misconduct
  • Drugs or alcohol abuse
  • Incompetence
  • Conviction of a crime
  • Falsifying business records
  • Fraud
  • Practice without a license

Whether you’re a licensed doctor or dentist, nurse, dental hygienist, specialist, or any other professional working in these industries, it’s imperative that you keep your license in order to maintain your career and your practice. At The Edmunds Law Firm, we are fully dedicated to your best interests and helping you defend your reputation and your livelihood.

Don’t wait! Seek legal help for your license action issue from The Edmunds Law Firm by contacting us online now!