Massage Therapy License Defense

South Carolina Massage Therapist Professional License Defense Lawyers

License DefenseThe South Carolina Massage Panel regulates those engaged in the practice of massage therapy in South Carolina.  The board regulates the issuance of licenses, registrations and certificates for individuals.

If you are under investigation, or have been contacted by an administrative agency, it is important to have legal representation.  If your professional license is threatened with revocation or suspension, it is important to find the right massage therapy license defense lawyer.

Our massage therapy license defense lawyers handle issues including:

Licensing Board Defense: 

If you have a pending or forthcoming legal issue with LLR, we can aggressively and effectively defend your massage therapy license.

 Complaint/Investigation Response: 

A complaint filed against you may subject your license to an investigation that results in probation, suspension or revocation.  Once you receive notice of a complaint or investigation from LLR, it is important to call an attorney.

 Criminal Reporting Requirements: 

All crimes must be reported, and could affect your massage therapy license. If you have been charged with a crime we can help you report the charges to your licensing board.

 Self-report Assistance: 

If your employer has advised you to self-report an issue, we can help you draft a thorough self-report explaining your side of the situation.

 Application and Forms Review: 

An application for a South Carolina massage therapy license that includes errors or leaves out necessary information can lead to unnecessary delays or the denial of your application and license.  An attorney review of your application can give you the best chance to receive your professional license in a timely manner.

SC Professional Licensing Defense Attorneys

If you are facing criminal prosecution, the fact that you are found not guilty on a criminal charge is not binding on your disciplinary action. In other words, you can be found not guilty and still lose your professional license.

Regardless of whether criminal charges are filed, you may be facing:

  • Public reprimand
  • Steep fines
  • Probation
  • Suspension or
  • The loss of your license

Don’t wait until it’s too late. If you are contacted by an LLR investigator, you should contact the South Carolina professional licensing defense attorneys at the Strom Law Firm, LLC for a free consultation to discuss your legal rights. Even a public reprimand can cause severe professional damage including the loss of clients as well as existing and future job opportunities. 803.252.4800.


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