Our attorneys at Bertolino LLP understand what you’re going through. That’s because we have successfully defended the rights of many licensed medical professionals throughout Texas. We know what to expect and what to do to help you get your license.
What you should do
If you are denied a medical license in Texas, it’s critical that you take immediate action to protect your rights. Licenses may be denied because of:
- A criminal record
- Discipline against you from the licensing board in another state
- Failure to meet eligibility requirements
- Failure to provide requested information
- Academic difficulties
- Falsehoods or omissions in the application
A complaint may also be issued in response to your license application. This can result in monitoring requirements or restrictions being placed on your ability to practice. These can also be challenged.
When it comes to medical license denials, no two cases are ever exactly alike. Each one is unique. That’s why it’s critical that you contact us as soon as possible. That way, we can develop a strategy that addresses your specific legal challenges.
How we can help
Evidence builds strong legal cases. That’s especially true when it comes to medical license denial cases in Texas. You will likely need to prove that you quality for a medical license and followed the application process as required.
That’s why our attorneys conduct a thorough investigation. We carefully review your background and the application process. And because strict deadlines often apply, we will prepare an immediate response that will help your licensure move forward as soon as possible.
You know what to do when it comes to helping people in your specific field. You can count on us to do the same when it comes to fighting for you before the Texas Medical Board or another regulatory organization. You can trust us to defend your rights.
Find out how we can help you. Schedule your case evaluation today.