License Defense For Respiratory Therapist
Respiratory Therapist License Defense
If you have questions about your respiratory therapy license or need help defending it, please call for a free legal consult, (503) 232-9280.
If you are a respiratory therapist who has been contacted by the Oregon Health Licensing Office (HLO) about a possible violation of your license, we can help. The Health License Office in Oregon takes action whenever a violation of the Oregon Revised Statues and/or the Oregon Administrative rules that pertain to respiratory therapists has been alleged.
Anyone can file a complaint or allegation with the HLO, which then begins the formal process of an investigation. Whether the complaint is serious or frivolous, the process of defending yourself and your license can be daunting, and life changing.
We can be with you, on your side, every step of the way through the license defense process, helping to ensure the best outcome.
Common allegations against respiratory therapists include:
- improper care
- improper documentation of care
- substance abuse
- violation of boundaries
- expired respiratory therapist license
- sexual misconduct
- failure to complete continuing ed requirements
As an experienced license defense attorney, Kevin Keaney can help you with the allegation, investigation, hearings, and appeals, if necessary.
For questions about the process of defending your respiratory therapist license, please call (503) 232-9280 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please make note: Located in Portland, our law office provides legal representation for respiratory therapists in Washington, Oregon, and Texas.
Note: Kevin Keaney provides legal help for nurses in Texas who need to defend their professional licenses, as well as respiratory therapists and other healthcare professionals.