Defend Your Right To Practice Your Licensed Occupation In Colorado
The Law Office of Sean R. Dingle, LLC, is a law firm known for licensure defense for health care professionals. Our attorney, Sean Dingle, also advises and represents professionals in other fields that require licenses. Disciplinary actions can affect any licensed professionals to the point of putting their careers at risk.
For comprehensive legal guidance before or after you have acquired a professional license in Colorado, contact attorney Dingle. He can defend you from drunk driving charges or collaborate with your criminal defense lawyer. He can also represent you before licensure boards and other authorities with gatekeeping responsibilities for your profession.
‘I Received A Disciplinary Action Letter From DORA. What Should I Do?’
No matter what occupation you pursue, if it requires a license or official credentials in Colorado, you may be answerable to the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) as well as a licensing board governing practitioners in your profession, such as a board for:
- Accountants or architects
- Acupuncturists, addiction counselors or cosmetologists
- Chiropractors or naturopaths
- Electricians or engineers
- Plumbers, optometrists or veterinarians
- Undertakers and other funeral home professionals
- Social workers or marriage and family therapists
- Speech and language therapists
If you have received a disciplinary letter from DORA, you should consider your situation urgent. Time is of the essence. If your case is just developing, a skilled professional licensing divorce lawyer may be able to nip the conflict in the bud. And, if you are running up against a deadline, you need an experienced professional licensing defense attorney who is knowledgeable in cases like yours.
A disciplinary notice may also be critical if you, as a licensed teacher or another type of education professional, receive notice of disciplinary actions against you from the Colorado Department of Education (CDE).
How Our Attorney Can Help
No matter which government agency and licensing board you will be responding to, attorney Dingle can help you respond effectively right away and through all phases of your case. If you bring him on board, he will begin immediately analyzing your case and gathering evidence to support your continued licensure.
Your comprehensive defense strategy may include criminal defense, if applicable, or testimonies from your colleagues, character witness letters or in-person testimonies and other points in your favor.
Reach Out To Us
No matter what your licensed profession is, attorney Dingle can defend your licensure through letters, negotiations, disciplinary hearings and, if necessary, a trial. He can be your spokesperson with the media if you are a prominent public figure or your licensure threat has become a high-profile case. The first step is the most important: Start the conversation with Mr. Dingle.
Schedule a consultation by calling us at 303-225-7583 or inquiring online.