Texas licensing boards/agencies regulate specific professional licenses. Upon receiving a complaint, they will review the legitimacy of the allegations and launch an investigation. If the board’s/agency’s investigation reveals evidence of an alleged rule violation or violation of law, your professional license could be jeopardized.
Once allegations have been brought against your professional license, you should take immediate action. However, what can you do to protect your career once a Texas licensing board/agency has decided to suspend or revoke your professional license? You can appeal the board’s/agency’s decision, for which you should acquire the help of an experienced professional license defense attorney.