Respiratory Therapists & RCPs

Defend Your California RCP - Respiratory Therapist License

California Respiratory Care Practitioner License Investigations - Accusations - Suspensions - Revocations

If you are a respiratory therapist and Licensed Respiratory Care Practitioner (RCP) practicing in California and are notified by the Respiratory Care Board of California that you are under investigation or facing a possible denial, suspension or revocation of your CA Respiratory Care Practitioner license for respiratory therapy, please contact our office so that we can assist in negotiating and resolving any complaints made against you.

We understand that a threat to your professional RCP license from the Respiratory Care Board of California constitutes a threat to your income, reputation and possibly to your career. Get your questions answered about your respiratory license accusation, investigation, suspension or revocation as soon as possible in order to determine the best legal way forward to defend and reinstate your career and reputation.

California Criminal Law and Civil Law Expertise

Bay Area professional license attorney Lucy McAllister is an experienced legal expert and strategist in California professional license defense – from handling administrative hearings and board licensing investigations to license reinstatement, early termination of license probation and license probation revocation and dismissal. As an Attorney with over 25 years of experience in handling complex criminal and licensing cases, her expertise exceeds all others for legal situations in which the two fields cross over. This is particularly important because the State’s Attorney General typically does not have Criminal Law experience.  As a master strategist Ms. McAllister excels in using her extensive of knowledge in both Criminal law and Licensing law thus driving her clients’ defenses home and then getting their Licensing Accusations actually dismissed.

At the Law offices of Lucy S. McAllister, we help you to understand the legal and professional claims and complaints against you. If your CA Respiratory Care Practitioner license or respiratory therapist license is under investigation, you need to consult with an experienced and qualified professional license defense lawyer as soon as possible, to help guide you to a set of actions which can quickly restore your license – and your livelihood.

Our Law Office team will take the time to provide answers and clarify the legal system’s processes for you, enabling you to collaboratively determine the specific and most effective solutions for your case. Having represented hundreds of clients in the San Francisco Bay Area facing legal challenges in the California courts, Lucy McAllister Esq. helps therapists, nurses, physicians, physician assistants, and other medical professionals with cases involving:

  • Licensing Board Accusations
  • Quality of Care Complaints of Unprofessional Conduct
  • Violation of Drug Laws
  • Substance Abuse or DUI
  • Sexual Misconduct
  • Insurance Fraud
  • Failure to Disclose Criminal Charges or Criminal Convictions
  • Criminal Investigations
  • Probation Modification and Probation Termination

California Care Practitioner & Respiratory Therapist License Defense: Expert Legal Services

The Law Offices of Lucy McAllister Inc. are dedicated to helping clients facing serious legal issues. California Licensing Defense in the San Francisco Bay Area require an intricate understanding of California laws, and attorney Lucy S. McAllister is familiar with effective methods used to resolve them. If you are facing potential loss or suspension of your respiratory therapist license in the San Francisco Bay Area, Lucy S. McAllister can provide you with effective approaches to help you resolve your case. As your professional license defense lawyer, Lucy McAllister will be committed to providing you with the necessary information, resources and counsel necessary to help you effectively navigate the California legal code.

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Source: California Department of Consumer Affairs