How We Can Help You
Lift Probation And Suspension From Your License
- You don’t have to do this alone! You will have unlimited access to your attorney via telephone/email and a “Client Happiness Manager” assigned to your case.
- You will be educated on the Board process and what to expect.
- You will have experience on your side. Brown Law Office has represented over 400 healthcare providers before the Licensing Boards and has knowledge of administrative law and Board precedent in similar matters. Brown Law Office has experience working with and knowledge of the Attorney General’s Office, Professional Licensing Agency as well as the Indiana Licensing Boards, including the Board of Nursing, Medical Licensing Board and Pharmacy Board.
- You will receive a legal assessment of your situation and help to develop the most effective strategy to defend your license.
- You will be an active participant in the preparation for the hearing to lift the probation or suspension from your license because your opinion matters to us.
- As your attorneys, Brown Law Office will speak on your behalf to the Licensing Board and Attorney General’s Office and provide you with protection from self-incrimination.
- Brown Law Office will assist you in gathering the documents necessary and provide suggestions for additional helpful documents prior to filing your petition to lift probation or suspension.
- Brown Law Office will prepare the documents necessary to petition the Board to start the process to remove the probation or suspension on your behalf.
- You will be kept informed and up-to-date on your matter. The staff of Brown Law Office will have weekly meetings to make sure your matter is moving towards a resolution.
- You will be prepared for your hearing and questions you may be asked.
- Brown Law Office will prepare you to give testimony at the hearing.
- Brown Law Office will organize, label, copy and share with opposing counsel all exhibits to support the lifting of probation/suspension on your behalf.
- You will receive advice on how to move forward after your matter is resolved including how to handle future employment.