What To Do If You Receive An OPMC/OPD Letter

From our office in Buffalo, The Tarantino Law Firm, LLP, represents individuals facing the loss of their professional licenses due to an investigation or action by the New York Office of Professional Medical Conduct (OPMC) or the New York Education Department Office of Professional Discipline (OPD). These agencies have the power to suspend your ability to work in New York and can even revoke your license.

OPMC And OPD Defense That Gets Results For Professionals

Many times, you do not learn that your license is in jeopardy until you receive a letter from the OPMC or OPD. The OPMC is a division of the state Department of Health that regulates licensing for doctors and physician assistants. The OPD covers virtually every other job that requires a valid professional license, such as dentists and psychologists.

If you receive a letter from one of these agencies, do not ignore it. You have a deadline to respond. If you fail to act promptly, you could forfeit your chance to defend your license. When you retain one of our attorneys, we will stop the clock, giving us more time to prepare a defense.

Experienced Legal Counsel During An OPMC Investigation

Our lawyers regularly represent professionals dealing with the OPMC or OPD. Our advice to you will give you the best possible chance of maintaining your right to keep working and preserving your license. We will represent you throughout the process, including any hearings or appeals.

Call 716-849-6500 to contact us at The Tarantino Law Firm, LLP, and schedule a confidential initial consultation with one of our attorneys.