Chiropractor License Defense California
Chiropractors spend years in school, doing clinical work to learn the skills and earn the licenses necessary to treat patients. Unfortunately, a single allegation of poor treatment, substance abuse or an improper act can put your license, and your livelihood, in jeopardy.
S J Harris Law represents chiropractors throughout the state of California from our Los Angeles area office. Together, we will help you defend your license, and protect your reputation and your future.
Chiropractor License Defense Attorney Serving California
At S J Harris Law, we help with license applications and help licensed chiropractors defend their licenses after allegations of misconduct put their licenses in jeopardy of revocation or suspension.
The State Board of Chiropractic Examiners is in control of chiropractic licensing in the state of California. When chiropractors are accused of misconduct, the board often initiates investigations and may take disciplinary action. Common reasons for discipline include:
- Insurance Fraud, including billing for services not performed
- Improper Record Keeping
- Substance Abuse
- Improper Relationships with Clients
- Negligent and Incompetent Client Care
Former Deputy Attorney General and licensing board prosecutor Scott J. Harris has litigated hundreds of cases involving licenses and disciplinary actions. Because he understands how licensing agencies work, the processes involved, and how administrative hearings and appeals function, he is able to provide his clients with unique insight when defending their licenses.
S J Harris Law: Protecting Your Reputation, Your License And Your Future
Many chiropractors believe the State Board of Chiropractic Examiners is on their side. This is a myth. The State Board of Chiropractic Examiners exists to police chiropractors and holds them responsible for any alleged misconduct.
At S J Harris Law, we are on your side. We are devoted to defending your license during investigations, at administrative hearings and appeals, and through appeals to the superior court through writs of mandamus.
Contact license defense lawyer Scott J. Harris at 323-370-6139 to schedule a free 30-minute consultation.