Respiratory Care Therapist License Defense California
To become a respiratory care therapist requires a great deal of study and training. However, an accusation of wrongdoing can unravel everything you worked for. Defending your professional license also requires an in-depth knowledge of administrative law, meaning it is not something you should undertake alone.
If your license is on the line, turn to S J Harris Law in Los Angeles. Our attorneys guide clients throughout California through all phases of the licensing process. From the application, to defending against citations or suspensions to restoration, we can put our resources, skills, and knowledge of the law to work for you.
Contact us today to schedule a free consultation. Call 323-370-6139 .
Lawyers Who Understand How The Prosecution Works
Our founder, attorney Scott J. Harris, has served as a deputy attorney general in California before starting S J Harris Law. In that time, he prosecuted hundreds of licensing cases on behalf of state agencies, including the Respiratory Care Board of California.
He understands the steps you must go through to get your license, and he also understands how the state can take it away if you are accused of violations such as:
- Running an unlicensed practice
- Drug and alcohol abuse
As soon as you learn you are under investigation, reach out to us. We can get to work looking into the allegation, that includes looking through financial files and questioning the veracity of your accuser’s account. We will look into every opportunity to allow you to keep working and drawing income.
Contact S J Harris Law Today For A Free Consultation
Our law firm offers free 30-minute consultations to potential clients. If you would like to speak to a lawyer at our office in Los Angeles, call us at 323-370-6139 or at 877-865-6218. We have the resources to help you through this complex part of the law.
Frequently Asked Questions
What do I do if I received a letter from the Respiratory Care Board of California?
If you receive a letter from the Respiratory Care Board of California, you should check what items you need to submit and by what date. Failure to submit any documents could lead to the loss of your license. If you have recieved a letter of accusation or investigation, contact S J Harris Law Group today for more information.
What are common accusations against respiratory therapists?
Some common accusations against respiratory therapists are criminal convictions, peer reviewed actions, sexual misconduct, boundary violations, professional misconduct, criminal history, negligence of standard of care, and more. If you have received a formal accusation against your respiratory license, contact S J Harris Law today!
Can my patients see if I have an ongoing investigation?
The state’s licensing board can share with patient if a doctor, physician assistant, respiratory care practitioner, or perfusionist is licensed or has been formally penalized, as well as provide information about his or her educational background and malpractice history.