Defense of EMS Providers
Receiving a notification letter stating that your professional license is being revoked can be a frightening experience. The EMS Authority, Licensed Vocational Nursing and California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) can revoke your license if you are convicted of a DUI or other criminal offense. This is devastating to your career and every other aspect of your daily life.
As a professional license defense lawyer, David J. Givot has helped save the career of many professional paramedics, nurses, EMT's and LVNs. He has the knowledge and the qualifications to help save your career. He understands the time and effort that was put into obtaining the license, as well as what it means to your livelihood. Without the license, there would be no career and no viable means of support.
David J. Givot has a record of success in EMSA, BRN, and other licensure cases.
With a proven track record for defending licensed professionals, such as EMT's, registered nurses and paramedics with DUI's and other allegations, David J. Givot is the attorney professionals choose if they are trying to protect their career. He has worked successfully on cases of alleged negligence, diversion of medication, failed drug tests and abuse, just to name a few.
Paramedics, registered nurses, EMTs or any other licensed health care professional that finds themselves being actively investigated for a crime or administrative violation, need only call our office. We can help! Many licensed professionals may find themselves under investigation for a wide variety of complaints. Hiring the right attorney can mean the difference between losing your license and your career and keeping your license and saving not only your career, but your livelihood as well.
EMTs, Paramedics, Firefighters, Law Enforcement, and ER Nurses
EMS Providers risk it all, everyday, to protect others. At a time when most people look away, it takes a very special and unique type of individual to confront the worst of the world in an effort to make it better. But when trouble rears its ugly head for YOU, who is there to defend and protect you? I am.
At the end of the day, EMS Providers are human and humans make mistakes. My job is to do everything possible to see that you learn from your mistakes, not suffer for them.
With one eye on the trouble at hand and the other on your future, I will aggressively and strategically defend you in court and with administrative agencies such as the DMV or State Licensing Board. If necessary, I can also offer counsel for disciplinary actions brought by your employer.
"I became an EMT in 1987 and graduated from paramedic school in 1989. As a paramedic, I have run thousands of 911 calls. I know what it takes to do what you do and I have what it takes to protect your right to do it."
"Visit my EMS Website www.TheLegalGuardian.com"
As it is in EMS, it is in the law:
Too Late is Too Late.
It is time to call a lawyer when, on or off the job:
- You have been arrested
- You have been accused of a crime
- You are being investigated, or
- You suspect that trouble is on the horizon
An arrest for anything or, sometimes, even an allegation alone can cost your career.
Don’t wait to defend your rights.
The California State EMS Authority aggressively pursues providers who, they believe, demonstrate behavior that is inconsistent with their perception of a proper provider – on the job and off.