How We Defend Your Connecticut Professional License
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License Defense Lawyers Explains How We Defend Your Professional License

When your professional license is on the line, your livelihood is on the line. This is no time to take chances; instead you should get the help that you need in order to defend your license. On this page, you can learn more about our process and what we can do to help you. 

How We Help

Upon learning that there is a complaint against your professional license, it is in your best interest to contact a lawyer as soon as possible. This is because the sooner you have a lawyer involved, the sooner a lawyer can begin protecting you. If an investigation against you is filed, you want a lawyer ready to guide you through the early stages of this process.

Having a lawyer on your side from the start is imperative. Our lawyers will ensure that you do not give away any incriminating information during the investigation. We will also coordinate with the investigators on your behalf. This will ensure that you cooperate with the investigation, and we will gather and provide evidence on your behalf, but it will also protect you from saying too much.

By properly handling the investigation with the help of a professional license defense lawyer, we might be able to stop further action against your license. However, if the board wants to proceed with discipline against you, we can assist as you get farther into this process. We can help you determine if it is better to go for a settlement hearing or an administrative hearing. We can gather evidence to help tell your story at your hearing and fight for lenient penalties on your behalf.

At the end of your hearing, if you are unhappy with the outcome, we can discuss the possibility of an appeal. Our office can advise you regarding if an appeal is possible or recommended given your situation.

Our Process

We will stand with you every step of the way through your professional license defense. We are always available to answer questions and help you feel as comfortable as possible during these uncertain times.

Using our knowledge of the disciplinary process and the various boards in Connecticut, we will help you establish evidence to support your side of the story and defend against the most severe penalties that you might face.

In addition, we are available to discuss your situation remotely by phone, text, email, or video conference. We will make this experience as easy and convenient as possible for you.

For more information, contact our office.