Respiratory Care Practitioners License Defense

Protecting Your California Respiratory Care Practitioner’s License

If you are a Respiratory Care Therapist and receive a letter from the Respiratory Care Board of California informing you that it is contemplating an adverse action against your therapist license, you need an experienced attorney. As a Respiratory Care Therapist, you have dedicated your life to helping others, so when an allegation of misconduct arises, it is particularly painful to face allegations and charges that might prevent you from performing the job you have strived to obtain. At the Law Office of Nicole Irmer, we understand the steps necessary to defend your Respiratory Care Therapist license and allow you to continue working in your chosen profession.

Respiratory Care Practitioner Licensing Defense Attorney

Nicole Irmer is an experienced professional licensing and criminal defense attorney who can assist you with understanding, and defending your RCP License. Some common allegations against a practitioner’s license may include:

  • Chemical Dependency
  • Criminal History deemed “substantially related” to qualifications
  • Criminal Convictions
  • Professional Misconduct
  • Standards of Care – Negligence and/or incompetence
  • Peer Review Actions
  • The Respiratory Care Board‘s Disciplinary Process
  • Patient Charting Errors
  • Boundary violations
  • Sexual misconduct
  • Unlicensed Practice of Medicine

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 is not an informal process and will not go away by itself. Although it may seem easy to defend yourself, you are risking your livelihood. You need an experienced attorney who understands the process to help protect your Respiratory Care Practitioner License.  At the Law Office of Nicole Irmer, we can evaluate the best course of action for your circumstances and develop a comprehensive defense strategy and understanding approach to any issues that may threaten your RCP license.  If you are under investigation, have a formal Accusation filed against your license, or have been denied a RCP license, please contact Attorney Nicole Irmer to develop effective strategy to defend your Respiratory Care Practitioner’s License at (619) 237-6130.