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Texas Medical Board Disciplinary Penalties

Professional boards assign severe penalties for any violations committed by licensed professionals. Each profession has its own board that is typically run at the state level, and anyone who intends to practice that profession in state must be licensed by the board. When an individual commits a license violation, the board may decide to take disciplinary action. Without good legal counsel and defense, you could be heavily penalized for even a minor violation of your professional license.

If you are facing an inquiry that may affect your standing as a licensed professional, don’t hesitate to seek legal advice and assistance today. Contact the Texas medical license lawyers of the Leichter Law Firm today at 512-495-9995 to learn how we can assist you with your case.

Licensing Penalties

Each licensing board has its own set of standards that a professional must meet to retain his or her license. In addition, the board sets a list of prohibited actions that, if committed, may lead to disciplinary action. Some of the licensing penalties that a professional may face include:

  • Monetary Fines / Administrative Penalty
  • Probation
  • Supervision or Chart Monitor
  • Rehabilitation Orders (including drug screening)
  • Continuing Education
  • Comprehensive Examinations
  • Scope of Practice Restrictions
  • Reprimands
  • DEA and Controlled Substances limitations
  • Prescriptive Authority Restrictions
  • License Suspension
  • License Revocation

In addition to these penalties instituted by the board, a professional could find himself or herself facing a civil lawsuit for any damages caused by the license violation.

How We Can Help

A violation of your professional license can clearly have a significant impact on your reputation and your practice. It is therefore important to speak with an experienced license defense attorney as soon as possible to begin preparing your defense. Our Texas medical license lawyers have experience helping hundreds of professionals with legal licensing matters and we are prepared to assist you with all aspects of your license defense. Whether you are being investigated for a minor offense or a violation that could cause your license to be revoked, we will work on your behalf to pursue the best outcome possible.

Contact Us

When your professional license is on the line, don’t trust your license defense to just anyone. To discuss your case with one of our knowledgeable and experienced Texas medical license attorneys, contact the Leichter Law Firm today at 512-495-9995.