Experienced Respiratory Care Board License Defense Attorneys in California

At Century Law Group, LLP, our California respiratory care defense attorneys represent clients who are facing accusations or investigations by the Respiratory Care Board of California.

If you have been confronted with the possibility of being placed on probation, or if your respiratory care therapist (RCT) or respiratory care practitioner (RCP) license is in jeopardy of being suspended or revoked, do not face the Board alone.

Contact our skilled respiratory care license defense lawyers in California today to learn more about your rights and options to pursue the best legal solution for your unique circumstances.

What are the Most Common Complaints Reviewed by the Respiratory Care Board of California?

If you are a Respiratory Care Therapist or Respiratory Care Practitioner and have received communication from the Respiratory Care Board of California informing you that it is contemplating adverse action against you, we can help protect your rights, defend your reputation, and your RCT or RCP license.

At Century Law Group, our experienced respiratory care license defense attorneys have extensive experience representing both RCT and RCP professionals who are being investigated for:

  • Boundary violations.
  • Changing the prescription of a physician.
  • Conviction of a crime substantially related to the practice of respiratory care.
  • Failure to disclose criminal charges or criminal convictions.
  • Fiscal dishonesty/fraud/theft.
  • Negligence and/or incompetence.
  • Patient charting errors.
  • Peer review actions.
  • Professional misconduct.
  • Quality of care complaints.
  • Sexual misconduct.
  • Substance abuse or DUI.
  • Unlicensed practice of medicine.

If you have been notified by the Respiratory Care Board of California that a complaint has been filed against you, do not respond without consulting with a skilled respiratory care license defense attorney. We can help protect your rights and respond to these allegations before the investigation goes any further, so you can protect your reputation and your livelihood.

How Do the Respiratory Care Board of California Discipline Proceedings Work?

The Respiratory Care Board protects and serves California consumers by administering and enforcing the Respiratory Care Practice Act and its regulations in the interest of the safe practice of respiratory care.

The Board is charged with investigating complaints, issuing warnings and penalties, and overseeing the administrative prosecution against licensed respiratory care practitioners and unlicensed personnel for violations of the Act.

Once the Board receives a complaint, the Executive Officer or designated staff will review it to determine the appropriate initial action.

That could include:

  • Closing the case due to no or insufficient evidence to substantiate the complaint.
  • Referring the case to another agency with proper authority.
  • Issuing a citation or fine.
  • Forwarding the complaint to the Office of Attorney General for filing of a formal accusation.
  • Forwarding the complaint to the appropriate District Attorney for criminal action.
  • Issuing a warning or cease and desist letter.

If your California respiratory care license is in jeopardy because of a complaint, our skilled defense lawyers at Century Law Group can help create a complete legal strategy to help mitigate the outcome.

Contact Our Skilled Professional Licensing Defense Attorneys at Century Law Group

Contact our experienced Respiratory Care Board of California license defense attorneys today at (310) 642-6900 or online to learn more about the legal solutions that are available for your unique circumstances.

We provide free consultations and a straightforward approach to helping you put your legal trouble behind you quickly and effectively, so you can move forward with confidence.

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