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Are You Facing Suspension Or Revocation Of Your Professional License?

A complaint has been filed against you and your professional license is suddenly at risk. Even though it may feel like it, you are not alone. At Hearn Law Firm, PLLC, we have helped countless professionals to successfully defend their licenses and preserve their careers. A complaint does not mean you will lose your license. You have the right to representation to refute the allegations, and we are the firm to rely on to help you to do it.

Representing Mississippi Professionals From All Industries

There are various types of professional licenses and reasons why complaints may be filed. You may face accusations of substance abuse, practicing beyond the scope of your license, causing someone injury or a conflict of interest. In addition, you may be under investigation if you have been convicted of a criminal offense that the board thinks will affect your ability to fulfill your job duties.

We have represented licensed professionals that include, but are not limited to:

  • Nurses
  • Doctors
  • Lawyers
  • Pharmacists
  • Dentists
  • Teachers

Attorney Hearn has over 25 years’ experience working with various licensing boards across Mississippi, Arkansas and Tennessee. He knows what evidence can be used against you and how to build a strong defense to challenge the evidence.

Doctors Rely On Us To Defend Their Medical Licenses

While our lawyer proudly represents professionals of all kinds, he is proud to stand by doctors to ensure they do not lose their ability to practice. Doctors may face allegations that include failing to provide proper care, causing a patient injury, destroying or altering medical documents and other types of malpractice. We can also represent you if you have been charged with a criminal conviction such as driving under the influence or unlawful possession of a controlled substance.

Aggressive Advocacy Throughout The Investigation And Hearing Process

If you are contacted by an investigator, you should remain silent until you speak with a lawyer to ensure you do not self-incriminate. If you are formally charged, you must attend a hearing. Attorney Hearn can gather evidence and represent you in the hearing to prevent license suspension and revocation.

Request A Free Consult To Discuss Your Professional Future

Schedule a time to meet us at our Jackson or Blue Mountain office by calling 866-583-8721 or emailing us. We can help you to take control of your future instead of allowing the allegations to control you.