Providing Strong Advocacy For Medical Professionals In Texas For Over A Decade

Attorney For Medical License Suspension Due To Drug Abuse

No accusation of chemical dependency, substance abuse or other issues that affect your professional license should be taken lightly. Even unfounded allegations can tarnish your reputation, lead to fines and license suspension or revocation, and have long-lasting consequences for your career. As such, it is imperative that you have an experienced Texas medical board defense attorney protecting your interests. The moment you believe that you will be the subject of an investigation or receive notice that an official inquiry has started, contact my firm, The Law Offices of Alejandro Mora, PLLC.

Protecting Professional Licenses Statewide

My name is Alejandro Mora, and I am equipped to handle all chemical dependency matters, including those that involve alcohol, prescription medication, cocaine, methamphetamine and any other substance that can adversely affect your professional licensure and status.

I have the legal skills and industry-specific knowledge necessary to defend:

Do not agree to or admit anything to your licensing board before contacting me. You have many options available to you, even if the board tells you that you do not.

Trusted Advice From Start To Finish

At The Law Offices of Alejandro Mora, PLLC, those who face disciplinary actions receive trusted advice directly from me, a lawyer who is well versed in license defense actions. I have helped many clients throughout the state keep allegations of chemical dependency from derailing their careers. My proven license defense strategies allow me to be effective in all forums, including advocating for you in front of the Texas Medical Board, Texas State Board of Pharmacy, Texas Board of Nursing, Executive Council of Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy Examiners (ECPTOTE) or any other licensing board.

In addition to providing high-quality defense representation to these medical professionals, I routinely protect the interests of dentists, occupational therapists and other professionals who may face issues related to chemical dependency and license defense.

Call 512-937-1128 or contact my firm by email to discuss license suspension for chemical dependency with me.