Defence Lawyers for Vets
The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) are obliged to investigate complaints about vets and veterinary nurses that relate to allegations of very poor professional performance, fraud and dishonesty, criminal convictions or cautions, and adverse health. The most common allegations relate to inadequate animal care and poor communication.
Our defence lawyers provide specialist representation against such allegations, particularly in cases where you may not have representation provided by a union or defence organisation. We understand the impact that such investigations can have on your life and career, so we work closely with you to reach the best possible outcome. Drawing on our experience our lawyers prepare robust defences in support of denied allegations and, where necessary, present persuasive mitigation.
Get in touch
We offer impartial advice, so contact us if you would like to speak to one of our expert defence lawyers in strict confidence and without obligation:
- Request a free call back using the form on the right
- Phone us during office hours on 0845 216 2000
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who Can Help You?
What we do...
We can provide expert legal representation in RCVS fitness to practise investigations as well as a range of other regulatory issues including:
• RCVS Preliminary Investigating Committee;
• RCVS Disciplinary Committee;
• Police investigations and criminal proceedings for vets;
• Commercial disputes;
• Internal investigations.