Frequently Asked Questions
The professional license defense process can be complicated and confusing for the uninitiated, and if you are facing the potential loss of your license and your job, you may have a number of questions you need answered. At the Leichter Law Firm PC, our Texas medical license defense attorneys understand how important the outcome of your case is to you. That is why we have provided some of the questions we are most frequently asked. We hope this helps you. Please check back regularly, as this list will be updated frequently.
If you are facing the license review process, we may be able to help. Our Texas professional license defense attorneys have a wealth of experience helping people in your position. To discuss your needs with us in more detail, please contact us today by calling (512) 495-9995.
- I am applying for a license and I have a criminal record. Will they license me?
- I have already spoken with the board or agency who issues my license and I am under investigation. What should I do?
- I have an informal settlement conference/show-cause proceeding scheduled before a board or agency. Do I need representation?
- I have been charged with Driving While Intoxicated. What do I need to do about it with respect to my license?
- I have been contacted by my licensing board or agency regarding allegations of misconduct. Do I need a Lawyer?
- I have been convicted of a crime. Is my license in jeopardy?
- I have been fired from my employment position because I was accused of or caught diverting controlled substances. What kind of trouble am I facing?
- I have been issued a board order and the insurance companies are dropping me as a preferred provider. Do I have any recourse?
- I have had an informal settlement conference and have been offered a disciplinary order that is unreasonable or unacceptable to me. What are my options and remedies?
- The board or agency which controls my license has filed formal charges against me with the State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH). Do I need a lawyer?
- The board wants to suspend me indefinitely. What should I do?
- The Texas Medical Board’s Remedial Plan – is it really a non-disciplinary order?
- What is a Confidential Rehabilitation Order?
- What is an Agreed Order? – Texas Board of Nursing
- Am I eligible and will I receive a private, confidential rehabilitation order?