Professionals don't generally think of the critical role and enormous value of their professional license until facing a license discipline threat. Then huge stress hits. That stress is fully understandable. Losing a professional license, or even suffering a brief license suspension or mere license reprimand, can have disastrous job, career, and reputational effects. The physician, nurse, therapist, or other licensed professional who receives notice of a licensing charge or investigation, or anticipates from a patient, colleague, or employer complaint that a charge may soon be on the way, should be concerned. The point, though, is not just to stress about it. Instead, act wisely and proactively as soon as you discern a license issue coming. Your best move is to retain national professional license defense attorney Joseph D. Lento and the Lento Law Firm's Professional License Defense Team. Put your worst fears to rest by entrusting your defense to the best.
Strategic Defense Reduces License Discipline Risks
Proactive, strategic handling of license discipline risks minimizes and manages those risks. As a licensed professional, you already know the value of holding and deploying a specialized body of technical knowledge. If you are a surgeon, you wouldn't entrust your surgery to a veterinarian, plumber, or anyone else other than another qualified surgeon. Professional license defense isn't surgery. But professional license defense requires a body of specialized knowledge and the refined skills to strategically deploy that knowledge for the professional's winning defense. Your first step to reducing stress should be to retain that premier professional license defense attorney. It's not surgery, but you still need a winning defense.
In professional license defense, like a lot of other things, time is of the essence. Don't delay in retaining the best available attorney defense. You may not even have received the disciplinary charges you anticipate. Good for that. Your retained license defense attorney may be able to contact, communicate with, and inform the complainant who has misunderstood your actions, role, or intentions so that you don't face an ongoing disciplinary complaint. Your retained attorney may also be able to gather statements, electronic communications, and other exonerating and mitigating evidence that might, with your delay, have evaporated.
Your Professional License Defense Team
You should also fully inform and actively cooperate with your retained license defense attorney. Your recollection, insights, and records may help your license defense attorney identify consulting experts and forensic analyses that could be key to your successful defense. Do these wise and proactive things well, with your full commitment, and you'll avoid a ton of stress. You'll also do much better with your professional license discipline issue than you at first feared. Retain national professional license defense attorney Joseph D. Lento and the Lento Law Firm's Professional License Defense Team to put your worst fears to rest. Instead of stressing, take the best action you could possibly take to win a professional license defense. Call 888-535-3686 today for help with your professional license defense in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, and beyond.