December 10, 2018

Next Steps to Take for a Dispute with the Georgia Medical Board

The Georgia Composite Medical Board routinely conducts investigations of physicians in and around Atlanta that have been arrested or convicted for any offense involving alcohol and/or drugs and a variety of other violations. The purpose of their investigations is to decide whether or not you are a safety risk to the general public within medicine. If you are in dispute with medical board, hiring a highly-rated medical board attorney from Hasson Law Group, LLP can help you to navigate the legal waters of this difficult situation.

Ultimately, a disciplinary board complaint can put your professional and personal life in jeopardy. State board disciplinary actions can result in the forfeiture of your medical license, suspended license, criminal prosecution, reprimand, or removal from lists for government programs such as Medicaid and Medicare.

What Types of Clients Do We Represent?

At Hasson Law Group, LLP; we represent a variety of professionals including physicians, accountants, lawyers, social workers, nurses, psychologists, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, speech therapists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, counselors, respiratory therapists, and physician’s assistants in Atlanta, Georgia. Our Georgia professional licensing attorneys can help anyone undergoing a dispute with the medical board in Georgia.

Defending Professionals Charged With Crimes

Oftentimes, medical professionals are subject to legal actions whether a disciplinary hearing or a licensing issue may be subject to prosecution. Hasson Law Group, LLP represents those who are arrested and/or charged with committing a crime in Georgia. Our professional licensing and criminal defense attorneys fully understand what the prosecution must establish to prove their case as well as the consequences of what a conviction will do to your license as well as your career.

When you’re charged with a crime, a criminal proceeding can have a lifelong effect even if you receive probation and are only forced to pay a fine. When a healthcare provider is charged with a crime, it’s important to retain a medical board attorney who understands the collateral consequences including disciplinary issues, licensing issues, and the ability to participate in government programs. To schedule a consultation with a professional attorney from the Hasson Law Group, LLP, call our office at 678-701-2869.

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