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Physician License Grounds for Discipline

A board investigation into your professional conduct or practice can have lasting consequences on your career if it is not favorably resolved. Not only could disciplinary action put you at risk of losing your job, but it could damage your professional reputation, as well. Our Texas license defense attorneys understand the significance of a license inquiry and we are prepared to help you defend your license.

If you are facing an investigation or disciplinary action, our experienced legal team is prepared to represent your case. Contact the Leichter Law Firm today at 512-495-9995 to speak to one of our Texas medical license defense lawyers about preparing your defense.

Possible Grounds for Discipline

Every licensing board has a list of prohibited actions that, if committed, qualify a professional for a board inquiry and possible discipline. If you are being investigated for a licensing violation, the board will look for any evidence that you have committed a prohibited action or other offense that falls under the grounds for discipline. Some of the possible actions that can lead to a disciplinary case or license revocation include:

  • Committing a Texas health law violation
  • License registration or renewal fraud
  • Medical practice misconduct, fraud, or negligence
  • Practicing while a license is pending or suspended
  • Practicing while under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Alcohol or drug dependency
  • Committing a criminal offense
  • Qualifying as mentally unstable or insane

If you are a licensed professional and are suspected of committing or meeting any of the above actions or conditions, you are likely facing a formal inquiry by your licensing board. While an investigation into your practice can be stressful and harmful to your professional reputation, it doesn’t have to be. Our Texas license defense attorneys have the knowledge and experience to defend your case involving administrative law, health law, or criminal charges.

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When facing an investigation that may affect your standing as a licensed professional, it is important to receive sound legal counsel and assistance to pursue the best outcome possible. To learn how our experienced Texas medical license lawyers can help you defend your license and your career, contact the Leichter Law Firm today at 512-495-9995.