FLORIDA PROFESSIONAL MISCONDUCT ATTORNEY

Protecting Your License And Career

The possible suspension or revocation or other disciplinary sanction of your professional license is a matter that is best resolved with the assistance of a knowledgeable, experienced attorney. The law office of Charles L. Curtis, P.A., provides skilled license defense and representation to professionals throughout Florida; including licensed lawyers and those accused of the unauthorized practice of law. Attorney Charles Curtis has 43 years of experience as a litigator in civil and administrative trials. His practice has included defense in disciplinary cases for licensed professionals such as attorneys, doctors, nurses, dentists, pharmacists, engineers, CPAs/accountants, architects, insurance agents, real estate agents, stockbrokers, contractors, alcoholic beverages licensees and those in many other professions and trades. He understands the seriousness of professional licensing issues and will treat your case and you with the respect, diligence and dedication each properly deserves.

Professional Disciplinary Case Defense

Mr. Curtis will strive to resolve/settle your matter without a trial or formal hearing and represent you at professional disciplinary hearings before your licensing agency or governing board, if settlement cannot be appropriately achieved. He strives to defeat or to minimize the charges lodged against your license so you can protect your career and stay in business. If the board/agency takes the action of inappropriately sanctioning your license, he can timely appeal the decision after discussion with you on the merits of doing so. He has been successful in such actions and appeals on many prior occasions.

  • Professional negligence or misconduct may involve issues such as:
  • Violation of professional standards
  • Breach of professional ethics
  • Substance abuse
  • Professional negligence

Mr. Curtis will investigate the charges to determine the facts. If there are mitigating circumstances in your case such as addiction, mental health issues or third-party misconduct, he will argue these facts before the board that licenses you. If you have been falsely accused of misconduct, he will work tirelessly to clear your name and record.