California Acupuncture Board Lawyers
Acupuncturists in California are required to be licensed by the California Acupuncture Board. The Board is also responsible for enforcing the Acupuncture Licensure Act. The licensing process involves intense study as well as graduation from an accredited program. Licensed California acupuncturists are carefully regulated by the Board, and any transgression–be it on the job or even off–can trigger a formal complaint by the Board, also known as an “Accusation,”–which seeks to revoke a licensee’s license and effectively end his or her career.
The threat of an Accusation seriously jeopardizing your income and future ability to gain employment is very real and should not be taken lightly. The smartest and most important thing you can do if you think you may be facing, or are facing, discipline or investigation by the Board is to call the highly experienced attorneys at the Law Offices of Brown and Brown for a free initial consultation.
What To Do After Being Served With an Accusation or Other Discipline
The most important thing to remember in this highly stressful situation is NOT TO TALK TO ANYONE AND IMMEDIATELY CALL BROWN & BROWN. It’s what you DON’T say that will help you, not the opposite as the Board and the Attorney General handling your case may lead you to believe. Our clients have thanked us countless times over the years for our strong and specific advice to not speak to anyone but our office from the beginning of the case.
Always keep in mind that you do not have to talk to the investigator, Attorney General, or anyone else about your case and should instead immediately call Brown & Brown to represent you and insulate you from hurting your license, case, and future income severely.
The lawyers at Brown & Brown have over 70 years of combined experience, and there are few, if any, practitioners in the state who can boast such an extensive career with literally thousands of satisfied clients helped along the way.
Our highly experienced Acupuncture Board attorneys will handle all communications with the Board and its attorney–the California Attorney General. Be extremely careful about believing the Attorney General’s favorite speech about not needing counsel–these are not do-it-yourself cases and our experience is simply unmatched in the state. Take advantage of it and protect the career you’ve worked so hard for–call Brown & Brown now for a free consultation.
We believe our many satisfied clients are our best judges and invite you to peruse their comments in our “Testimonials” section of this web site.
We look forward to your call and to keeping your license and career safe!