Professional Discipline Defense

As a health care provider, you already know that a professional license takes a significant investment. You invested untold time and attention to develop your skills, working hard to build a solid client base. When your license is at stake, you risk losing more than just a piece of paper. You risk losing your reputation, your relationship with clients and your livelihood. You risk losing everything that you have worked for.

With all that you have invested in your career, it is critical that you seek representation as soon as you know that you might be the subject of professional discipline. At Peick Law Group, P.S., we can help.

Our Bellevue, Washington, law firm represents health care providers throughout the greater Seattle area and the state of Washington. We also represent a broad spectrum of doctors with many different practices, from surgeons to OB-GYNs and other specialists, as well as physician’s assistants, nurse practitioners and registered nurses (RNs). Our clients include pharmacists and licensed family and marital therapists.

We also have extensive experience representing complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) providers, including chiropractors, acupuncturists, massage therapists and naturopaths. In fact, over the years we have developed a niche practice in this area. We have in-depth knowledge of the disciplinary matters that specifically affect natural health providers.

False Billing Claims, Sexual Misconduct, and Improper Documentation

Each case is unique. There is no “one size fits all” solution. At Peick Law Group, P.S., we tailor our approach to the unique concerns of our clients, handling a broad spectrum of professional disciplinary defense matters.

Health care providers risk having their licenses suspended or revoked or being placed on probation because of many different allegations, including:

  • Improper billing, including failing to properly document services rendered
  • Sexual misconduct
  • Conviction of a crime, including a crime involving moral turpitude or a felony related to the practice of medicine
  • Practicing on a revoked or suspended license or on a license that has not been renewed
  • Impaired physical or mental condition or disability
  • Unprofessional conduct
  • Drug and alcohol abuse/addiction, alcoholism

Lawyers at our firm use in-depth knowledge and extensive experience to achieve success in professional license defense matters. We draft responses to the appropriate board and handle any necessary hearings. Our work is marked by thorough preparation and attention to detail, helping to assure that we achieve the best possible results.