Dealing with a disciplinary case from the Medical Examining Board

By December 7, 2012Blog, Medical Malpractice

It is one of your worst nightmares. A letter from the Medical Examining Board that reads “you are hereby notified that disciplinary proceedings have been commenced against you before the Wisconsin Medical Examining board.”

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Whether you did anything wrong or not, a complaint has been filed about your medical services. Instead of panicking and not doing anything at all, it is best to contact your lawyer and be proactive.

You need to be fast fast when you first receive your complaint. This is because you usually have about 20 days to send back a written answer to the allegations of the the Complaint.  You will have less than three weeks to get legal counsel, reply and mail it back in time. Keep in mind that mail can be slow around the holidays because of federal holidays and winter storms.

No matter the complaint, Gutglass, Erickson, Bonville and Larson S.C. is ready to fight whatever allegations you face from the Wisconsin Medical Examining Board. We understand that as someone who works in the medical industry, your free time is extremely limited. Put it in our hands and we will handle the grind of your important case.

We understand that the best course of action after receiving an action against your professional license is to defend it immediately At Gutglass, Erickson, Bonville and Larson S.C., we will help support you and guide you through the process. If you have questions about an action taken against your professional medican license, we are available to serve you.  Give us a call at (414) 273-1144 or use our web submission form to speak with one of our lawyers or to request a free case evaluation on your medical professional license issue.


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