What to Do if You’re Experiencing Medical Licensing Problems

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Medical professionals have spent decades preparing for and mastering their profession. So, receiving a letter of allegations that puts your medical license at risk of revocation can be extremely stressful.

If you have received such a letter, do not assume your career is over. Here’s what you can do to protect your profession and reputation.

How to Defend Your Rights When Facing a Misconduct Violation

A medical license violation allegation can vary depending on your specific field. For example, license violations for dentists can differ from those of physical therapists and nurses. However, any type of medical license violation carries severe penalties, including the following:

  • Probation
  • Public reprimand
  • Revocation of your medical license
  • Disciplinary action from the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice
  • Disciplinary action from your practice area’s Minnesota Board

If you have received an allegation of a medical license violation, you must contact an experienced defense attorney as soon as possible. Do not try to go through the process alone; doing so can put your years of education, hard work, and experience on the line.

At Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A., our attorneys understand that false allegations ruin lives, and we’re backed by more than a century of combined experience representing wrongly accused individuals. While we acknowledge that favorable results cannot be guaranteed by past successful verdicts and settlements, we will do everything in our power to help you win your case, which is why our attorneys are readily available 24/7.

Contact Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A. at (612) 444-5020 to schedule a free consultation with our team and get your career back on track.

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