Having administrative fines, suspensions of your license, or even license revocation threatened is a stressful experience. Making this experience even more uncomfortable is the fact that administrative proceedings are fraught with legalese and procedural deadlines. At The Walters Firm, our attorneys have years of experience assisting licensed professionals who receive notices of alleged violations (NOAVs) from the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR). Our attorneys have handled every stage of administrative and professional license defense, from initial complaint through trial before the State Office of Administrative Hearings.
Don’t take on a state regulatory action alone – unless you have significant experience in administrative proceedings, you are simply not prepared for the fight. Administrative proceedings are quasi-judicial proceedings, which means that you will be subject to a number of filing and response deadlines in any proceedings. For the inexperienced, filing deadlines are easy to miss and can have significant consequences on your case, including a default order being entered in your case and the fines or penalties being assessed. Also remember that the prosecutor in your case files and litigates these cases for a living – he or she is therefore going to be infinitely more experienced that you. Don’t pretend that it’s a fair fight – it’s not.
Our attorneys have years of experience handling allegations of administrative violations from the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. We can help defend your right to work in your licensed profession with experienced, professional attorney in your corner. You need a strong advocate when facing fines, license suspension, or license revocation.