Professional License Defense Lawyer In Olympia

Professional license challenges usually begin with a letter requesting information. Before too long, you realize you are the target of an inquiry which may end with the loss of your license to practice in the state.

The inquiry may require a professional response to complaints from patients or charges of violating standards of conduct or operations, sexual misconduct, financial fraud or other misconduct, such as misappropriation of drugs.

License revocation challenges in Washington confront physicians, nurses, pharmacists, dentists, engineers, chiropractors, veterinarians, psychologists, professional counselors, therapists and educators.

Experienced Professional Malpractice Attorney

Do not make the common mistake of dismissing the charges out of hand as being without merit. Even scurrilous charges can lead to serious trouble. The truth is that you will not know the seriousness of the inquiry until you appear before the professional licensing board.

Our advice to you is to contact an experienced professional license defense attorney the moment you receive that first letter.

What A License Defense Lawyer Has To Know

At the law offices of Judge John E. Turner (Ret.), Judge Turner has to know much more than just the rules of licensure. He must also be knowledgeable about medical subspecialties, how health care organizations work, and the politics of hospitals, clinics and professional practices. He must be familiar with Washington State Department of Health (DOH), Department of Licensing (DOL) (DMV), Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS), Adult Protective Services Agency (APS) and Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) procedures.

Washington State Professional License Defense Attorney

As a former judge and a participant in many professional license defenses, John E. Turner is a known and respected figure to professional licensing boards in Olympia, Washington. He has successfully defended many professionals from license challenges, and he can be helpful to you.

If you have received a letter from your professional licensing board, now is the time to call John E. Turner, Former Judge, to protect your livelihood. Call 360-464-1650 or contact him using this form.