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The Appeals Process

Disciplinary action from the Texas Medical Board can have severe implications for your license and your practice. If you have been investigated for a license violation and are facing disciplinary action, you have the right to pursue an appeal. An appeal gives a licensed professional the chance to have his or her case reviewed to contest the decision made by the board, which could help to reduce the level of punishment or may result in the case being dropped altogether.

Appealing Your Case

According to the Texas Medical Board, standard of care violations, criminal charges, or health law violations could lead to a license investigation and punishment. If you have already been found guilty of a license violation and are currently facing license suspension, revocation, or other disciplinary action, consider consulting with a Texas medical license appeals lawyer as soon as possible. You may have been wrongfully punished based on dubious evidence or substandard investigative procedures and may have a chance of successfully appealing your case.

How We Can Help

At the Leichter Law Firm, we are committed to representing licensed professionals who are facing disciplinary action. We have the knowledge and experience to pursue appeals cases and we understand what it takes to overturn a decision. We are prepared to fight on your behalf to have your case heard in an appeal, allowing you to properly argue your case in a fair hearing. If you believe that you have been wrongly charged with a license violation, our Texas medical license defense attorneys can assist with all aspects of your appeals case.

Contact Us

For sound legal advice and assistance regarding your medical license appeal against disciplinary action, contact the Texas medical license lawyers of the Leichter Law Firm today by calling 512-495-9995.