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Riverside Administrative Hearings Attorney

Administrative agencies have been entrusted with tremendous power in the state of California.   You may need to come before an administrative hearing to protect a professional license; to respond to accusations of violations; or to protect your license to drive.

A Riverside administrative hearings attorney should be by your side if you are facing legal issues involving any administrative agency. Milligan, Beswick, Levine & Knox LLP attorneys have extensive experience representing clients who are facing administrative law issues. Give us a call to learn more about how we can help.

What are Administrative Hearings?

The state and federal government have created administrative agencies to carry out many governing and regulatory tasks. These agencies make rules; enforce regulations; and take actions against people and companies.  Administrative agencies in Riverside include:

  • The Department of Motor Vehicles (the DMV)
  • The California State Bar
  • The California Bureau of Consumer Affairs
  • Licensing boards for healthcare professionals, accountants, and attorneys
  • The Department of Insurance
  • Alcohol and Beverage Control

You could be required to attend an administrative hearing in many situations, such as if you are accused of violating your professional obligations or if you refuse to take a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) test with reasonable cause.

The outcome of these hearings can have a significant impact on your life. You could lose the ability to do your job, run your business, or drive your vehicle.

How a Riverside Administrative Hearings Lawyer Can Help You

In some cases, such as when your license may be taken due to a BAC test over the limit, you must request an administrative hearing. If you don’t request a hearing, action against you can be taken automatically and you can be deprived of your rights, including your right to drive for as long as three years depending upon your past convictions.

You must understand the power administrative agencies have, as well as your obligations for responding to administrative action. A riverside administrative hearings lawyer can help you to understand the rules and regulations that apply to you and can assist you in taking the steps necessary to protect yourself.

At Milligan, Beswick, Levine & Knox LLP, we know administrative laws inside and out and we have represented many clients in hearings and regulatory proceedings. Whether your case is before an administrative law judge or you are appealing a decision an agency has made, we will be here to help you.  Give us a call today to learn more about your legal rights.

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