Protecting Your Pharmacist License

Being a pharmacist is a very important part of the health care system. It is very important because you are ensuring that the prescriptions that come to you are accurate and do not conflict with other drugs that a patient may be taking at the same time. You are there to answer any questions that people have about medications, whether over-the-counter or prescribed. These make you an essential part of peoples’ lives.

In the event that you are accused of malpractice or a violation, the Board of Pharmacy will conduct an investigation to find out if there is any merit to the complaint. In some cases, there is no evidence of misconduct and the complaint is dismissed. Other times, evidence may be found that empowers an investigator to further pursue the claim. No matter what, as soon as you find out you are being investigated, call your Minneapolis pharmacist license defense lawyer to help you address the complaint.

Navigating The Accusation

In times of investigation, it may be that the state of your license may not be your only worry. Being a pharmacist and working with so many different drug types, criminal charges may also be a possibility. In a situation such as this, not only is your job at risk but being convicted and having your license revoked could mean no longer being able to practice as a pharmacist. Fortunately, Jennifer Speas can guide you through the legal issues pertinent to the accusation, making sure you provide the most appropriate response and being by your side as an advocate before the Board of Pharmacy.

Common complaints include:

  • Improper dosage
  • Improper prescription
  • Drug abuse
  • Incorrect instructions on the label
  • Theft of drugs

Guidance Every Step Of The Way

You need your Minnesota pharmacist license defense lawyer with you to present evidence in your favor in the event that you are required to appear before the board. If you have had your license suspended or revoked and did not have an attorney involved initially, you still have the right to contact an attorney and appeal the decision. Having 25 years of experience defending pharmacists, Jennifer Speas can make the appeal for you, present the evidence that shows you shouldn’t have had your license suspended or revoked, and will fight to have your license reinstated so that you can get back to the profession you worked so hard to become a part of.

Contact A Lawyer

Pharmacists are very important because they make sure that people receive the right medication in the right dose and that prescribed medicine doesn’t conflict with other drugs that the patient is taking. Due to the care and preciseness that this profession requires, there is a greater opportunity for mistakes that are usually not typical. Nonetheless, accusations can be made. If you have found yourself facing an accusation that could cause you to lose your license to practice as a pharmacist, call the Speas Law Firm, P.A., at 612-284-1463 for an initial consultation.