Do I need an attorney?

An attorney can help you navigate the Board’s process and present your responses to questions clearly and concisely. An attorney will also help you prepare additional information to submit to the investigator to ensure the investigator’s report contains complete, accurate facts about the allegations.

If the Board decides potential disciplinary action is needed, an attorney will help prepare you for any hearings and potentially negotiate a resolution.

An attorney can also address other consequences of disciplinary action taken against you, such as credentialing and peer review issues, third party payor concerns, and any associated criminal matters.