The Guidance You Need During The Investigation
In the event that you are under investigation, you may find that it takes a long time or not very long at all. You may even be asked to talk to an investigator via telephone after you’ve received written notification of the allegations. It is also possible that the investigator may want to come to your office to collect documents to use as evidence against you. Ms. Speas will advise you every step of the way. It is important that you don’t give statements that could incriminate you in the matter. By having the right guidance, you can protect yourself against misconstrued statements.
If the evidence isn’t solid, your attorney can prove it to be weak and the board may dismiss the charges against you. In some cases, there is no evidence to be found. Regardless of the reason for the investigation and what the results turn out to be, you have every right to fight for your future and defend your insurance license.
Advocating For Your Rights And Future
As the investigation concludes, you will ether find that the investigator found no evidence to back up the allegation or that evidence was found and you will have to answer to the board. If the latter is true, you having your Minnesota insurance license defense lawyer by your side will bring you peace of mind and better security. Using her more than 20 years of experience defending clients throughout Minneapolis, St. Paul, and the Twin Cities, Ms. Speas will ensure a strong defense is laid out, proving all of the facts and giving you much better odds of preventing the loss of your professional license. In the event that you do lose your professional license or have been ordered to pay fines you don’t think you should have to, the decision of the board can be appealed.
Contact A Minneapolis Insurance License Defense Attorney
It is very easy to be accused of misconduct when you work in the insurance industry. Often these accusations are found to have no merit or to be simple misunderstandings and no offense was actually committed. Either way, you must defend your license if you’ve been accused. To ensure yourself the best possible outcome, Jennifer Speas can be your advocate and navigate you through the process so that you can get back to work and move forward with your life. To find out more, call today at 612-333-6160 to schedule your initial consultation.