Florida Barber License Complaints

In Florida, both the Agency for Healthcare Administration (AHCA) and the Department of Health (DOH) are authorized under the law to review criminal background checks on employees who work in the health care field. A criminal record can result in denial of employment in Florida. Depending upon the circumstances we have been able to advise clients and help them become eligible for employment or licensure.

We can help you with the Administrative Complaint filed against your Barber’s license.

We have years of experience helping licensed professionals like you avoid stricter more costly penalties and discipline.

Let Us Help You:

  • Review your Administrative Complaint and all other documentation
  • Prepare a legally sufficient response to your Administrative Complaint
  • Provide advice on what is required to be successful
  • Gather the necessary records
  • Represent you before the Barber’s Board, professionally present your case and mitigating circumstances to lessen your discipline.

If you have received notification from AHCA

As a barber in the State of Florida, you are subject to many regulations in your profession.

Our law firm is here to help you with all of your Barber’s License needs, including:

Licensing applications and denials: Did you know they are four types of Barber licenses? These licenses include Barber, Restricted Barber, Barbershop, and Barber Assistant. There are certain requirements you must meet in order to attain your license. In some instances, your license application may be denied. We can help you get your license.

Licensing renewals: To maintain your barber’s license, all licensees must comply with post-licensing or continuing education requirements and pay the necessary renewal fees. These educational requirements also apply to those licensees with a suspended license. Don’t go through the process alone, we can help you save time and guide you through unknown hurdles that may arise, which can only delay you getting licensed.

Complaints: If you receive an Administrative Complaint from the Department of Business & Professional Regulation (DBPR), should you go it alone and speak with the investigator? Should you ignore the complaint? Complaints from clients? Should you speak with the DPBR Attorney? You should never risk your license by responding without legal counsel.

Administrative Complaints: Should you speak to the DBPR attorney after you have received an administrative complaint against your license? Should you accept the first settlement offer? Should you go it alone at the final action hearing? Our firm can help you through the administrative complaint process. We will assist you with responding to the administrative complaint, appear on your behalf for trial at the Division of Administrative Hearings (DOAH), to the final action meeting in front of the Barber’s Board. Your license is too important to take chances alone and risk disciplinary action, denial of license or loss of license. Howell, Buchan & Strong, Attorneys at Law can help you.

Need advice? Don’t go at it alone, we are here to help you. Call for a FREE Consultation today at the law firm of Howell, Buchan & Strong, Attorneys at Law at 850-877-7776.
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