Facing False Allegations That Have Put Your License at Risk? How a Kansas Attorney Can Help

False allegations occur all too frequently in today’s world, and most individuals alleging false claims do not truly understand the ramifications of their conduct.  This is especially true where allegations of misconduct or wrongdoing are directed towards a licensed or certified professional.  Kansas professionals are required to adhere to all laws, rules, and regulations that govern their profession.  Kansas disciplinary boards receive false complaints on a regular basis, and many complaints are quickly dismissed.  This is always a good result, but it is still stressful to think that someone has accused you of doing something that you simply did not do.

What Kinds of False Allegations Do Kansas Professionals Face?

The nature and seriousness of a false allegation may be different based on what your profession is.  Examples of false allegations that can apply to any profession include, but are certainly not limited to, the following:

  • Sexual harassment and/or assault;
  • Alcohol and/or drug use while on the job;
  • Physical and/or mental harm;
  • Fraud or theft; and
  • Mistreatment of fellow employees (whether physical or mental).

The above-listed allegations can be extremely serious because not only do they put your Kansas professional license at risk, but you are also exposed to criminal charges and/or civil liability.  Anyone can file a lawsuit, just as anyone can file a complaint with a Kansas professional’s disciplinary and licensing board.  Oftentimes, false allegations are associated with acts of retaliation.  Of course there will be situations where allegations are real; however, false allegations occur on a regular basis and this scares many individuals away from pursuing the career of their dreams.

Why an Attorney is Crucial if You Are Facing False Allegations

Seeking the advice of an attorney is not an admission of guilt or fault.  When Kansas professionals face false allegations of misconduct or causing harm to a patient or client, many of them do not act as quickly as they should to find a skilled attorney to handle the matter.  The initial shock of being falsely accused can put your world upside down, and this sometimes leads to situations where allegations have gone unchallenged, and a Kansas professional may be paying for something he or she did not do.  As such, as soon as you have been falsely accused of misconduct or wrongdoing, contacting a true advocate can make all the difference in the world, as you now have a better chance of fighting and overcoming the false allegations against you.

Contact Danielle Sanger of the Sanger Law Office Today to Schedule Your Free Consultation

Regardless of whether you are a Kansas physician, attorney, nurse, dentist, teacher, or physical therapist, among many other professions, facing false allegations can put you in a position that you simply do not deserve to be in.  Along with false allegations comes the potential that you could face the suspension or loss of your Kansas professional license.  No matter what the allegation are, both your reputation and professional license may be at risk.  To determine what steps you should take to protect yourself, you should consider speaking with a seasoned Kansas Professional License Defense Attorney to thoroughly discuss your situation.  As a former Assistant Attorney General of Kansas, Danielle Sanger of the Sanger Law Office is a dedicated and highly experienced Kansas Professional License Defense Attorney.  With her assistance, many clients have been able to overcome false allegations and have successfully fought to keep their professional licenses.  To discuss your situation with Ms. Sanger, contact the Sanger Law Office today by calling (785) 979-4353 to schedule your free consultation.