What To Do When Being Investigated By the Medical Board

Not every board complaint is investigated, but those that are can have a grave impact on your medical license and your livelihood. For physicians who are facing a medical board investigation, it is crucial to take the proper steps to defend yourself against sanctions, license revocation, and more.

1. Contact Your Malpractice Insurance Carrier

The very first thing you should do after being notified of an investigation is to reach out to your medical malpractice insurance provider. Many policies actually require notice of an investigation, and it's a smart idea even if they don't. Furthermore, many malpractice insurance policies also include coverage for board investigations - if you don't already have this coverage, it's a good idea to add it to your policy.

2. Reach Out to A Skilled Attorney

The outcome of a board investigation can have a severe impact on your life and livelihood, and should always be taken very seriously. An experienced Texas medical license attorney can help you build a strong case to protect your license and practice, and can make sure you do not accidentally make things worse for yourself!

3. Work With Your Attorney to Identify Experts

The situations from which medical board complaints typically arise can be highly complex, and you may need testimony from other physicians to help prove your case. Your Texas administrative lawyer can help you utilize your expertise and relationships to build a strong defense against the investigation.

4. Take An Active Role in Your Defense

While the legal expertise of an attorney is invaluable, they will likely not have the same in-depth level of medical knowledge as you. For this reason, it's important to take an active role, working with your lawyer to identify various evidence and experts. You can also help them better understand your thought process, as well as the context of the complaint.

Our Firm Is Here to Help

At The Law Offices of Alejandro Mora, PLLC, our Texas medical license lawyer is highly experienced with these types of investigations. When you choose our firm, you can trust that you're hiring an attorney who truly understands what's at stake, and who will fight tirelessly to protect your reputation and license.

Make sure your voice is heard during your medical board investigation. Get started today by calling (512) 265-2541.

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