Helping You Navigate Accusations
As soon as a violation has been reported against you, you will be mailed a letter that informs you of the allegations and outlines the chain of events to take place. This letter will let you know if you need to respond and if there is a particular time frame you must adhere to. Fortunately, you have time to consult Jennifer Speas regarding your situation before the date you are required to respond. With more than 20 years of experience representing clients, she can answer any questions you have and guide you through the tumultuous process of defending your license and help prevent you from accidentally saying something that could be misinterpreted as an admission of guilt.
As soon as you have received a letter about a potential violation, it is essential to contact your Minnesota doctors license defense lawyer to prevent damage to your reputation and ability to practice medicine. It is also important to make a list of potential witnesses and refrain from saying anything that could be considered incriminating so that the strongest defense possible can be crafted.
Experienced Minneapolis & St. Paul Doctor’s License Defense
Jennifer Speas has helped doctors in a number of areas when they have been accused of offenses that could affect their medical license. She handles issues and accusations that involve health law, fraud, medical practices, Medicare and other insurances, substance abuse, and any other type of issue. These are all matters she can address as an experienced Minnesota doctor’s licenses defense attorney.
Considerable effort is put into getting to the bottom of what happened to cause the accusations and then building a defense that lays out the facts. You should not just accept the accusations and take the damage to your reputation and medical license that come afterward. Just “taking it” will lead to regrets and negative consequences that could follow you for the rest of your life, especially if the license was salvageable.
Contact A Minneapolis Doctors License Defense Lawyer
In situations where your professional license is in jeopardy due to accusations of violations, it is extremely important to realize that you have the right to consult an attorney to defend your license and prove your innocence. To learn more about what can be done to save your license, call the Speas Law Office today at 612-333-6160 to schedule your initial consultation and learn about what can be done to help you keep your license.