California Physicians and California Medical Board Investigations
California physicians who have had criminal convictions, criminal arrests, malpractice judgments or complaints are investigated by the California Medical Board. Once an investigation is opened, an investigator and an attorney from the California Department of Justice are assigned to the case. So, doesn't it make sense that if the investigator is working with an attorney, so shouldn't the physician?
Most California physicians have a lot to lose should an investigation go badly. An experienced California medical license attorney can assist you in mitigating the damage that can be done during the course of investigation. Do not ever meet with an investigator with at least conferring with a licensing attorney.