For professionals in Texas — including doctors, lawyers, nurses, physician assistants and more — your license is more valuable to you than words can describe. It represents your life’s work, the culmination of a long and successful academic career and your ability to provide a comfortable living for yourself and the ones you love. The attorneys of Bob Bennett & Associates understand how devastating the revocation of a professional license or denial of bar admission can be. We use all our knowledge and experience to help professionals in Texas defend their livelihoods against allegations of professional misconduct.
Whether you need an attorney for a medical license in Texas, are facing the consequences of a revoked or denied attorney license or any other issue involving a professional license, we make defending professionals the cornerstone of our practice. We understand the procedures and applicable ethical codes by which Texas professionals must abide.
By way of overview, we represent a variety of Texas professionals through all phases of the disciplinary and adjudicatory process of their respective professions as well as students who have received a denial of bar admission by the Board of Law Examiners or a denial of licensure by the Texas Medical Board.
Moreover, we defend professionals against charges of federal and state crimes often associated with allegations of professional misconduct. Our philosophy is that professionals sacrifice so much to provide a benefit to society; they are entitled to a vigorous defense when accused of violating the strict professional standards to which they are subject.
Regardless of your field, your best chance for defending yourself against allegations of misconduct is usually your hearing. For practicing attorneys, these hearings often occur before the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel. For doctors, these proceedings can range from privilege hearings before a committee of your colleagues to discipline before the Texas Medical Board. These proceedings can be highly emotional for the person under scrutiny. But an experienced attorney can provide support and help you present a cogent and compelling case.
In addition to currently licensed professionals, recent graduates may also be entitled to a hearing upon denial of a professional license. If you are just beginning your career, it can be easy to buckle under the intimidation of this type of scrutiny. But an experienced attorney can help you work through the emotions you are experiencing and help you present your case for receiving the professional license for which you have worked so hard.
If you need an attorney for the denial of a medical license in Texas or representation for any other professional licensure issue, the law firm of Bob Bennett & Associates can put nearly 40 years of legal experience to work for you. We make this unique and complex area of law a cornerstone of our practice and have represented hundreds of professionals across numerous professions in a variety of licensure issues. We offer free initial consultations, flexible hours and a convenient office location in the historic district of Downtown Houston with ready access to parking and public transportation. Contact our office at 855.973.3906 or online to schedule an appointment to discuss your licensure issue with a compassionate and trustworthy attorney.