When Your Dental License Is In Danger, We Can Help
As a licensed dentist you want your patients to be satisfied. But, sometimes, that doesn’t always happen, and your office receives a notification from the Ohio State Dental Board. Your license may be in jeopardy, and you are uncertain what to do. Your first step should be to contact legal counsel that has experience in employment law.
The Dental Board respects a dentist’s right to obtain legal advice from an attorney and will respect you for having the good sense to do so. Asking to consult with an attorney does not constitute, nor is it regarded as, evidence or admission of guilt.
If you think you are being investigated by the Dental Board, it is wise to consult with a dental license defense attorney right away, even if the Ohio State Dental Board has not contacted you yet. The Dental Board does not exist to protect your legal rights, nor provide advice about what is in your best interest. A threat to your dental license must be taken seriously, even if you feel that the threat or attack is unjustified.
We Seek To Rapidly And Effectively Counter Attacks To Your License
The attorneys at Sindell and Sindell, LLP, work diligently to achieve optimal results for you. We have more than 50 years of experience in labor and employment law. We are skilled, knowledgeable and willing to defend your rights if investigated by the state dental board. Our team includes a board-certified labor and employment attorney, and a lawyer who understands the importance of professional licenses because she is a licensed nurse and certified nurse practitioner. You need an effective ally, and we will fill that role. We will stand by you.
Work With A Certified Employment Law Attorney
It’s crucial to turn to an experienced lawyer if your dental license is subject to revocation. All threats on your license are serious matters. A top-notch and experienced law firm can assist you and defend your rights. Sindell and Sindell, LLP, in Cleveland represents many professionals in the medical field facing legal difficulties. For a free initial consultation, call us at 216-401-4913 or contact our office online.