License Investigation Against Physician Closed with a Finding of No Probable Cause

Posted on Firm News by Parker Eastin

The Firm successfully defended the Firm’s physician client against allegations that the physician had practiced below the standard of care and had failed to keep adequate records in connection with a medical marijuana patient.  The case against the physician was closed with no action being taken against the physician.

The Firm investigated the allegations at issue and prepared a rebuttal statement that highlighted evidence that demonstrated that the physician had acted properly and had not violated the Florida Medical Practice Act.  After consideration of the rebuttal statement prepared by the Firm, the Probable Cause Panel for the licensing board agreed and determined that no probable cause existed to bring charges against the physician, and the panel directed that the case against the physician be closed by the Florida Department of Health with a finding of No Probable Cause.

The law firm of Nicholson & Eastin, LLP regularly represents physicians, chiropractors, physician assistants, nurses, and other medical practitioners before the Florida Department of Health and the professional licensing boards.  If you have received a notice of an investigation, or you are otherwise concerned about the possible existence of a licensure matter, please do not hesitate to contact us to evaluate your case.