Working in the field of Physical Therapy, either as a Physical Therapist, or a Physical Therapy Assistant, you have dedicated your life to improving the health, lives, and mobility of your patients. So, if an accusation of misconduct arises, it is exceptionally difficult to face allegations and charges that might prevent you from performing the job you love and a job where your patients rely on you. The attorneys at the Irmer Law Office understand the steps necessary to protect your license and allow you to continue working in your chosen profession. For a free initial consultation to better understand your rights, please contact us today at (619) 237-6130.
At the Law Office of Nicole Irmer, we can assist you with understanding and defending against the issues that may impact your license, such as:
At the Law Office of Nicole Irmer, we represent Physical Therapy Licensees and Applicants at all phases of the disciplinary proceeding. Attorney, Nicole Irmer has represented Applicants who have been denied a license, Licensees who have been contacted by an Investigator from the Department of Consumer Affairs – Physical Therapy Board, and Physical Therapist who have had a formal Accusation filed against their Professional License by the Physical Therapy Board of California. Additionally, Nicole Irmer has represented Licensees in Contested Hearings before the Office of Administrative Hearings, and in Petitions for Reinstatement of a License.
At the Law Office of Nicole Irmer, we understand both the disciplinary sanctions and the potential criminal consequences that a Licensee may be subject to if an investigation is substantiated. With over fifteen years of experience in both professional licensing and criminal law defense, attorney Nicole Irmer is knowledgeable of the unique issues a professional may face when under investigation.
If you are a Physical Therapist or a Physical Therapy Assistant and receive a letter from the Physical Therapy Board of California (PTBC) which is under the Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) informing you that it is contemplating an adverse action against your license, you need an experienced professional licensing attorney. The ramifications from an investigation against your license can be devastating and can potentially lead to both a formal Accusation requesting to revoke your license, as well as criminal charges. You may think that you can challenge the investigation on your own, or that if you ignore it, then it will go away. But this investigation will not go away by itself! Although it may seem easy to defend yourself, you are risking your license, livelihood, and your practice. The Physical Therapy Board will be represented by an experienced attorney from the Attorney General’s Office, and they will have knowledgeable investigators at their disposal. In order to zealously combat the accusations of the Physical Therapy Board you need an experienced attorney who understands the process to help protect your Physical Therapist License, an attorney who is knowledgeable about the Disciplinary Process, and an attorney who has successfully advocated for hundreds of licensed professionals.
The attorneys at the Law Office of Nicole Irmer can evaluate the best course of action for your circumstances and take a proactive, understanding approach to any issues that may threaten your license. If you are under investigation or have a formal Accusation filed against your Physical Therapist License, please contact us immediately at (619) 237-6130 about defending your Physical Therapy License, your reputation, and livelihood.