HomeBlogOccupational Licenses in CaliforniaWas your insurance license application denied in California?

To be a licensed insurance agent or broker in California, you must hold a valid insurance license issued by the California Department of Insurance (CDI). If you have applied for an insurance license and been denied by the CDI, you need a strong, experienced attorney to help you file a successful appeal.

There are many reasons why the CDI may deny an application. If you indicated that you have been convicted or are currently charged with a misdemeanor and fail to provide proper documentation of the charge, the DPI may deny your application.

If you receive a denial letter from the California Department of Insurance that accuses you of “lacking in integrity,” “showing unworthiness,” or “willfully making a misstatement” in your application, your letter will include a NOTICE OF DEFENSE. Do not respond to this serious legal document without first consulting a licensing and criminal attorney.

For additional information or to schedule a consultation on licensing issue, please contact our law offices today at 877-280-9944.

Only an expert licensing and criminal law has the experience and knowledge to guide you in effectively appealing the denial. You only have 15 days to respond to the Statement of Issues. Contact an attorney at once. 

Our attorneys have successfully represented a wide range of California licensed professionals and we are experienced in handling all types of licensing accusations and licensing issues in addition to criminal charges. This is our expertise and specialty. Let us help you procure your California Insurance License.

The Law Offices of Lucy S. McAllister has over 30 years of experience defending California professionals against both criminal charges and with professional license defense. And our track record of over 250 Superior Court appearances is testament to our rigorous defense of professionals with their license in jeopardy.

For additional information or to schedule a consultation on a hybrid criminal and licensing issue, please contact our law offices today at 877-280-9944.