Chiropractic License at Risk?
You need a powerful legal voice
Are you a chiropractor who has received a letter of allegations or notice of investigation from the Minnesota Board of Chiropractic Examiners? Are you being accused of misconduct or other issues? Do not handle this alone – get help from our experienced, chiropractic license defense lawyers at Lord + Heinlein.
Experienced and Trusted
We understand how valuable your chiropractic license is to you. If it is in jeopardy you need a skilled attorney by your side. In order to protect yourself you need a lawyer who can explain the allegations, their potential impact, and how the defense process works. You need a lawyer who will fiercely advocate on your behalf to ensure your side of the story is told. You also deserve a lawyer who is invested in your case – one who listens and partners with you to achieve the best possible outcome. If you need an experienced and invested attorney to defend your chiropractic licence, contact Lord + Heinlein today.
Why Choose Lord + Heinlein
- We listen – Our personal attention uncovers key details other miss
- We partner with you – Our investment in you and your case provides peace of mind through the entire process
- We are experienced and trusted – We have successfully defended hundreds of professional licenses
- We use a team approach – We collaborate to determine the best strategy for your case
- We are easy to reach – Your attorney is always accessible
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Frequently Asked Questions
I have received a letter from my licensing board and was wondering if you would explain how the process works?
Who sits on the licensing Boards?
I have been called to appear for an investigative interview with an investigator at the Minnesota Attorney General’s office. Do I need a lawyer for that?
I have received Allegations against me from my licensing Board. Am I required to respond?
I just received Allegations and I do not have much time to respond. Can I get an extension?
I just received Allegations from my licensing Board. Should I inform my employer about the Allegations?
What type of events could trigger an investigation against my license?
Can I get a copy of the Board’s file or the original complaint against me? Can I find out who filed the complaint?
Is it really necessary to obtain a lawyer?
What are the possible outcomes of an investigation by the Board into my practice?
If I am disciplined by my licensing Board, will I ever be able to get a job again?
What can I expect if I enroll in HPSP?
What is HPSP (The Health Professionals Services Program) and should I self-report if I have a chemical dependency or mental health issue?
What should I do if I have a condition like addiction or an illness that might impact my ability to practice?
Are there any Reporting Obligations for Licensed Professionals?
Professional License Complaint Review Process
Events That Could Trigger an Investigation
About Your Professional Licensing Board
About The Health Professionals Services Program (HPSP)