Professional License Defense in Gwinnett County, Georgia
When your professional reputation is challenged, it can be difficult to face the looming consequences to your professional career. It can sometimes be even more difficult to confront the personal matters that have led up to the challenge you are being faced with.
It is important to work with an attorney who can protect your rights and advocate on your behalf.
We regularly represent nurses, physicians, dentists and other health care professionals who work in and around Gwinnett County, Georgia.
Adam D. Brown is the best option when facing any legal problems with your professional license as he is both a Georgia registered nurse and a criminal defense trial attorney. Adam is highly experienced and sought after for his expertise when defending your professional license against substance abuse, driving offenses & DUI charges.
If you are facing any issues with the renewal of your professional license and you are at risk of loosing what you have work so hard to achieve, contact the Law Office of Adam D. Brown for a free consultation or call (404) 476-6695.
Professional Licenses We Defend
We have successfully defended professional in hearings before numerous licensing boards in the state of Georgia. Our professional license attorney, Adam D. Brown, has been instrumental in helping his client’s successfully defend their license & stature from a diverse range of occupations, including:
Our Georgia chiropractic license defense attorney represents chiropractors facing investigations, accusations, DUI, criminal charges, complaints and disciplinary actions.
– Reports to the Georgia Board of Chiropractic Examiners.
Our dental license defense attorney represents dentists, dental assistants and dental hygienists facing Georgia Board of Dentistry investigations, criminal charges, DUI, accusations, probation and disciplinary actions.
– Reports to the Georgia Board of Dentistry
Mental Health Professionals
If you are a counselor or a social worker in Georgia and have been charged with a professional impropriety that could ultimately cost you your job and your professional license, you are likely concerned about how you can protect your reputation and ability to continue helping others.
When the Georgia Board of Pharmacy has received a complaint, either against a pharmacy as a whole or an individual pharmacist, they will take the time to review this complaint before analyzing and processing it. Make sure that you obtain legal advice from a pharmacist license defense attorney before you speak to anyone.
– Reports to Georgia State Board of Pharmacy
Physicians and Physicians Assistants
Adam D. Brown represents physicians in disciplinary matters and misconduct proceedings before and against the Georgia Composite Medical Board. Our Georgia physician license defense attorney has successfully represented numerous physicians in a variety of capacities in both disciplinary and post-disciplinary matters.
Adam is qualified in handling chemical dependency and intemperate use cases, particularly as they relate to standard of care allegations, non-therapeutic prescribing, the inadequate maintenance and documentation of records, and sexual boundary violations.
– Reports to The Georgia Composite Medical Board
Physical therapists make significant investments to obtain their licenses. If an allegation of misconduct, poor treatment (gross negligence or incompetence), substance abuse or a criminal charge has put your license in jeopardy in the state of Georgia, you are at risk of losing your livelihood.
Speak with an experienced physical therapist professional license attorney immediately.
– Reports to Georgia Board of Physical Therapists
Real Estate Agents and Brokers
Being a real estate agent, or a broker, in North Carolina, means that you need to adhere to a strict set of standards. If you don’t comply with these standards, you can receive disciplinary actions from the Georgia Real Estate Commission and Appraisers Board. If you’re facing any issue that can affect your license, it can be devastating. Contact Adam D. Brown immediately to discuss your options.
-Reports to Georgia Real Estate Commission and Appraisers Board
Adam D. Brown, a Georgia Registered Nurse & criminal defense attorney represents hundreds of nurses every year with issues that threaten their nursing license, including drug diversion, DUI, positive drug tests, impairment allegations, failure to report convictions, nurse practice act violations, negligence claims and criminal matters.
You worked hard for your nursing license. Adam is here to help you keep it! Contact Adam D. Brown immediately to learn more about your options.
– Reports to The Georgia Board of Nursing. This includes:
- LPN (licensed practical nurses),
- RN (registered nurses),
- APRN (advanced practice registered nurses),
- NP (nurse practitioners),
- FNP (family nurse practitioners),
- CRNA (certified registered nurse anesthetists),
- CNS (clinical nurse specialists)
Respiratory Care Professionals
a respiratory care therapist requires a great deal of study and training. However, an accusation of wrongdoing can unravel everything you worked for sending all your hard work down the drain if charged with a criminal offense or accused of any professional misconduct.
Adam D. Brown is committed to assisting you in protecting your respiratory care license. Contact us immediately!
– Reports to The Georgia Composite Medical Board
As an educator, you work long hours to give Georgians the tools they will need to lead happy and productive lives. You have already made an essential contribution to our future by teaching our youth, and Georgia needs people like you to keep making a difference.
Complaints and allegations can put your teaching license in serious jeopardy. Even if the complaint is unfounded, you will need to take quick action to get it dismissed right away; otherwise, the Board could revoke your teaching certificate, and with it, your career.
Get the professional help you need with Adam D. Brown. Contact him immediately!
– Reports to Professional Standards Commission
An allegation of professional misconduct can come from any number of sources, such as a disgruntled employee or former employee, a colleague or competitor, an animal’s owner or caretaker, or law enforcement agencies.
You take your job seriously. And you realize people (and their pets) rely on you to perform your job to the highest professional standards. That’s why you’re probably surprised to be faced with a complaint challenging your work and professionalism. Such complaints might seem completely unjustified. You probably know that you did everything you could to help make the animal’s life better.
When your professional reputation is at stake, speak with Adam D. Brown, a veterinarian professional license defense attorney immediately.
– Reports to Georgia Board of Veterinary Medicine