Occupational Therapist License Defense
As an Occupational Therapist you have made a significant investment to obtain a license.
Allegations of misconduct, poor treatment (gross negligence or incompetence), substance abuse or a criminal charge can put your license in jeopardy, and you may risk losing your livelihood.
These same issues can stand in the way of obtaining a license. You may be denied a license based upon your failures in the medical profession, complications during training, past criminal conduct, or a negative substance abuse or mental health history.
Attorney Scott J. Harris provides strong, effective license defense representation to occupational therapists (OTs)
We can work to ensure that you get and maintain a license. We can defend cases involving:
- Gross Negligence
- Lack of Supervision
- Practicing out of Scope
- Unprofessional Conduct
- Insurance Billing and Medi-Cal Billing Fraud
- Substance Abuse
- Criminal Accusations or Convictions
- Accusations of Sexual Misconduct
Scott J. Harris, aims to make sure you have the best representation you can get, tackling your case with a hands on approach, and engaging the proper experts to assist.
As a former Deputy Attorney General, Scott J. Harris prosecuted licensing cases. He knows how to defend your rights, and find the right resolution to your matter.
We represent occupational therapists’ interests during every stage of disciplinary action, including initial investigations, denials, administrative hearings and appeals, and appeals to the superior court through writs of mandamus.
Contact license defense lawyer Scott J. Harris at 323-370-6139 for a free 30-minute consultation.