Medical License Defense Attorney Jason Bassett - Defense Lawyer

Long Island Medical License Defense Attorney

If you are a physician or another medical provider and have been accused of professional misconduct or charged with a crime, you risk the suspension and revocation of your medical license as well as other disciplinary actions. When your reputation, career, and professional future are at stake, it is important to have an experienced New York Medical License Defense Attorney in your corner. 

Jason Bassett, Esq. has over 20 years of legal experience, including as a former Special Assistant Attorney General with the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit of the New York Office of the Attorney General.  With many years of experience as a criminal defense attorney, he has successfully worked to protect the rights of individuals who have been accused of professional misconduct or wrongdoing on Long Island. Drawing on his experiences from both the defense and prosecution perspectives, he brings a unique combination of experience and skill to the defense of health professionals.

Medical professionals and healthcare workers have special concerns and face unique challenges when confronted by government agencies and accused of wrongdoing.  These professionals can find themselves under investigation and criminally charged, which can put their license to practice and their ability to earn a living in jeopardy.  When your license hangs in the balance, you need a medical license defense lawyer who understands what you are up against and knows how to help. Call Long Island-based criminal defense lawyer Jason Bassett for a free consultation today at (631) 259-6060.

Jason was attentive, respectful and made me feel like I made the right choice in hiring him as an attorney from the start.

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Accusations of misconduct or wrongdoing can result in an investigation by the New York Office of Professional Medical Conduct(OPMC) or the New York State Education Department’s Office of Professional Discipline (OPD).  The consequences of a finding against you can be devastating to your career and can include loss of license, probation, censure, or a letter of reprimand. 

With experience and expertise, Jason Bassett, Esq. will guide you through each step of professional license defense to ensure the best possible resolution. As an experienced medical professionals attorney, he has represented physicians, physician assistants, nurses, and others in the medical field in matters concerning:

Having an experienced legal team on your side can mean the difference between losing your license and having your case dismissed.  Contact the law firm of Criminal Defense Attorney Jason Bassett to understand your rights under the law and for a free consultation.  We proudly defend clients in Suffolk County, Nassau County, and Queens County.  Phone consultations are available, call (631) 259-6060.

Jason Basset was the greatest I must say! All of my concerns were dealt with and most of all he did his best to make sure I was happy with the decision. The respect and hard work he did for me will never go unnoticed.

Complaints Filed Against Physicians With the OPMC That May Put Their License at Risk

The New York Office of Professional Medical Conduct, or OPMC, is charged with investigating complaints about physicians, physician assistants, and specialist assistants. Doctors and other healthcare professionals who find themselves under investigation by OPMC risk disciplinary actions that can have serious effects on their medical licenses, career, and their future ability to practice medicine. There are many reasons a medical professional or physician may be sanctioned by OPMC.

If proven, a charge of professional misconduct can result in disciplinary action, including revocation or suspension of a professional license.  This can damage reputation, career, and livelihood. It is critical to go into an investigation with the legal assistance of a skilled New York NY professional medical defense lawyer when you are facing such allegations.  If you are facing charges anywhere on Long Island including in Nassau or Suffolk counties, contact us today for a free consultation at (631) 259-6060.

What to do if you are being investigated for medical misconduct?

There are many factors that can trigger an investigation or a disciplinary action, and could result in your medical license being revoked. Many actions are defined in New York law as professional misconduct. The licensing agency will take disciplinary action if a doctor is found guilty of professional misconduct.

Without an investigation, no disciplinary action can be taken. There are two options available to you if you find out that you are being investigated by a state administrative agency or law enforcement agency. You can either handle the situation yourself, or you could seek legal counsel.

However, lawyers are not licensed to practice medicine and physicians do not practice law. If you try to resolve the problem without a NY medical defense lawyer, things can become more complicated. All information obtained during the investigation can be used against you. If you attempt to resolve the matter yourself, it could significantly complicate your case.

We advise physicians not to discuss their cases with anyone, particularly the OPMC investigators. You have a duty of compliance with all document requests if you are notified by the OPMC. However, you do not have to give any statements to the investigators. Contact an experienced medical license defense attorney right away.

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Complaints Filed Against Nurses and Other Healthcare Professionals That Can Put Their Medical Licenses at Risk

The New York State Education Department’s Office of Professional Discipline, or OPD, investigates allegations of misconduct as it applies to Nurses and Certified Nursing Assistants (C.N.A.’s), as well as to Dentists, Pharmacists, Chiropractors, and Physical Therapists.   Any one of these healthcare professionals may be charged with misconduct for alleged:

Nurses, C.N.A.’s, Pharmacists, and Physical therapists all invest time, education, and years of faithful service in their careers, often carrying the brunt of the hardest work in healthcare settings. Sanctions and the loss of a professional license can result in current job loss as well as the inability to find future employment. A nurse who is facing an investigation by the OPD should get the guidance of a New York nursing license defense lawyer to understand his or her rights and the potential penalties, as should any other medical professional who finds themselves facing allegations of misconduct.  If you are one of the hundreds of licensed professionals accused of a crime on Long Island every year, please call the Law Office of Jason Bassett, P.C. today at (631) 259-6060.

Mr. Bassett is one of the best legal representatives ever, prompt and straightforward, very reliable. Excellent, one of the best attorneys that has ever represented me. I would refer Jason Bassett for years to come.

Top Long Island Healthcare License Attorney and Criminal Defense Lawyer Jason Bassett

If you have been accused or charged with a crime or matters of professional misconduct that may risk your reputation, your license, the future of your career, and your earning potential. Jason Bassett, Esq. is an experienced licensing attorney here to help defend your rights against disciplinary actions.  

Jason Bassett, Esq. has dedicated his entire legal career to defending the rights of those accused of a criminal offense or professional misconduct.  With a unique perspective of a former prosecutor and decades in the courtroom, he provides the best criminal defense to any individual in danger of losing their professional medical license.  With a thorough understanding of the law and unparalleled commitment to his clients, Mr. Bassett will be with you every step of the way.   To help get through this tough time, secure the guidance of a top Long Island criminal defense attorney, and make the law work for you.  For more information on how we can help, call us today and schedule a visit.   Committed to serving you, our phones are answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, call (631) 259-6060.

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