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Abuse, Dependency And Mental Health Issues

Many factors affect one’s job performance. But when these matters affect your professional career to a degree that you are in danger of hurting yourself or others, it is time to get help.

If you fear losing your professional license because of an addiction to alcohol, a medication, drug abuse or a mental health matter, contact The Law Offices of Brian E. Quinn in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at 866-657-7318.

We Are Here To Protect Your Career

Whether you are a nurse, a doctor or another professional, substance abuse, mental health problems and dependency issues can not only hamper your ability to perform work duties, they can lead to censure and loss of license.

Factors that can threaten your professional standing and that our firm handles include the following:

  • Mental health issues, including depression, bipolar disorder, ADD and ADHD
  • Alcohol abuse
  • Addiction to drugs such as cocaine or crack
  • Dependency on prescription drugs: Fentanyl, Xanax, Vicodin, Percocet or Dilaudid
  • Gambling
  • Pornography

Obtaining Legal Support Through Your Administrative Process

When you secure the services of our law firm, you not only get the advocacy needed to help work toward retaining your professional or occupational license, but also the support you need to move forward and leave the problems that hinder your professional life.

We help our clients take proactive steps to get into counseling or rehabilitation and to make sure their recovery is documented. Taking the difficult step of admitting the need for help can profit you both personally and professionally. Our attorneys want to be a part of your future success.

For over 35 years, The Law Offices of Brian E. Quinn has worked closely with psychiatrists, psychologists, certified addiction counselors and other counselors who specialize in addiction and who are dedicated to helping people struggling with addiction issues.

We recognize the signs and symptoms of addiction and will make a referral to the appropriate treatment provider. We are knowledgeable about the services of area drug and alcohol treatment centers, outpatient facilities and counselors. We will work closely with the treatment provider during your treatment and will request the appropriate expert reports and documentation to assist in the defense of your case.

You Don’t Have To Go At It Alone

Preserving your professional standing in the communities in which you serve is our priority. If you would like to speak with an attorney about your impending administrative hearing or another aspect of the professional license defense process, contact us today. Call 866-657-7318.

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