North Carolina Dental License Defense Lawyer
North State Law helps North Carolina Dentists Protect Their License When They Have Received a Complaint, Facing Investigation or Facing Disciplinary Action from the North Carolina Board of Dental Examiners.
When a North Carolina Dentist faces investigation, license suspension, or revocation, it can be worrisome and stressful. In a profession where your license to practice and reputation is your livelihood, everything you have worked for and your ability to provide is in jeopardy.
You have worked too hard to face this situation alone.
When facing disciplinary actions, investigations, suspension, or revocation, you have the right to counsel to help you protect your license and livelihood.
Nick Dowgul of North State Law has experience representing professionally licensed individuals in front of North Carolina Licensing Boards. As a licensed professional himself, he has a passion for helping clients protect what they have worked so hard to obtain.
How can a North Carolina Dental License Defense Lawyer help me if I am facing licensing issues?
As with any lawyer hired in any situation, their job is to zealously represent their client’s best interests.
In this situation, hiring an experienced Dental License Defense Lawyer allows you access to someone who has experience dealing with licensing boards in North Carolina.
They understand the administrative process and can use that knowledge to help you better and protect your license in front of the North Carolina Board of Dental Examiners.
It can quickly become confusing and overwhelming to those unfamiliar with the administrative processes and procedures associated with defending a professional license.
If you’re trying to defend yourself with no experience, that can spell disaster. Your defense can implode due to clerical mistakes or missed deadlines.
Ultimately, hiring an experienced lawyer helps you because you have someone on your side looking out for you and working as hard as you are to protect your license.
At what point should I hire a lawyer to help me with North Carolina Dental Licensing issues, complaints, and investigations?
As with any lawyer hiring, it is generally best to hire them as soon as possible.
At North State Law, when hired, we jump into action quickly.
Being hired early in the process allows the attorney to launch their own investigation into the claims. It also allows the attorney to better prepare the client for events in the process, such as hearings.
In a hearing situation, the Pharmacist will have to answer questions from the state licensing board. North State Law makes sure our clients are prepared for this type of situation.
Additionally, hiring an attorney earlier gives them more time to build your defense to present to the North Carolina Board of Dental Examiners.
Naturally, the more time you give your attorney to prepare your defense, the more detailed and defined it will potentially be when presented.
What are common reasons that North Carolina Dentists face a suspension or revocation of their license?
The North Carolina Board of Dental Examiners may decide to revoke, suspend or launch an investigation for many reasons. The following are the most common we see in North Carolina at North State Law:
Improper Record Maintenance
Obtaining License by Fraud
Patient Abuse + Negligence
Overbilling + Overtreating Patient
Improper Drug Prescription
Felony Arrest or Conviction
Inappropriate Patient Relationship
What should I do if the North Carolina Board of Dental Examiners has notified me about a complaint or investigation?
Call and speak with an experienced North Carolina Dental License Defense Lawyer as soon as you can.
In a situation where your career and financial means are in jeopardy, you’re going to need someone on your side that has experience in administrative legal settings.
In the hours and days right after you receive the notification, you will have many questions that need answers. While this site and others provide some excellent information, you must understand your situation is unique. When speaking with a lawyer, you must give them as much information as possible to inform you best.
Speaking to a lawyer will allow you to assess the situation and better understand it. While this will not make the complaint or investigation go away, you’ll likely come out from the initial meeting with a more precise idea of how the process works and how the lawyer can help you.
Contact North State Law Today
If you have received a complaint, are facing investigation, or disciplinary action from the North Carolina Board of Dental Examiners, contact Nick Dowgul of North State Law to discuss your situation.