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Dentist Loses License Again After 20 Years Of Bad Behavior

By David P. Rankin, P.A. |

How many times can you lose your dental license? For an Arizona dentist, that number will soon be three times. After a patient died in his office, the dentist is possibly losing his license for the third time. The man lost his licenses in Michigan and Illinois due to criminal charges. He pled guilty to… Read More »


Sexual Harassment In Nursing: What Medical Professionals Need To Know

By David P. Rankin, P.A. |

The work environment is supposed to be a professional place, but that is not always the case. A lot of stuff happens in the workplace. Sure, nurses take care of patients, but they also instigate or fall victim to a lot of harassment as well. Harassment can happen in a lot of ways in… Read More »


AI In Real Estate: What Agents Need To Know

By David P. Rankin, P.A. |

You may have been hearing the buzz about artificial intelligence (AI) all of a sudden, but this technology has actually been around since the 1950s, when computers became faster and smarter. AI is being used in many fields to make processes easier and find answers quicker. AI is being used in real estate. As… Read More »


Insurance Adjuster Code Of Ethics

By David P. Rankin, P.A. |

After an insurance-related incident, such as a car accident, flood, fire, or natural disaster, an insurance adjuster will come out to assess the damage. Consumers usually dread adjusters, as they often work in the insurance company’s best interest. They often try to save the insurance company money, lowballing consumers and making it so they… Read More »


Nurse’s License Suspended For Writing Phone Number On Patient’s Thigh, Other Misconduct

By David P. Rankin, P.A. |

When people are seriously ill or injured, they go to an urgent care center or emergency room so they can receive prompt treatment. They typically don’t want to be inappropriately touched by medical staff. This puts both people in uncomfortable positions and can even result in license loss and other penalties. This is what… Read More »


Physical Therapists And Massage Therapists: Staying Within Your Scope Of Practice

By David P. Rankin, P.A. |

Most professionals know what they need to do when it comes to their work duties, but sometimes the line is not so clear. There are often gray areas, particularly in the healthcare field. When you’re hired as a physical therapist or massage therapist, you will be tasked with touching the patient. This can bring… Read More »


When Real Estate Ethics Are Questioned

By David P. Rankin, P.A. |

Real estate agents are a dime a dozen. It seems like so many people consider themselves to be real estate agents. But are they fully trained on the laws, procedures, and ethics involved? When real estate brokers engage in a home sale, they need to ensure they are doing everything properly. They cannot fail… Read More »


Dentist’s License Suspended After Patient Death

By David P. Rankin, P.A. |

When patients go to the dentist, they may be scared to some degree. In fact, many people have a fear of the dentist. The tools may be scary, but nobody really expects to die at the dentist’s office. Unfortunately, this has happened many times before. This recently happened to a dentist in Washington and… Read More »


Psychologists May Refuse To Treat Patients Due To Ethics

By David P. Rankin, P.A. |

As a psychologist, you want to help people feel better about themselves. In doing so, you may feel as though you need to help as many people as possible. But there’s a limit to doing so. It’s called ethics. When potential clients call you to schedule an appointment, they may assume that you will… Read More »


Pharmacist’s License Suspended For Unauthorized Use Of Drugs

By David P. Rankin, P.A. |

Pharmacists have a tough job. They are around medications all day long and this can be tempting for even the most ethical pharmacy worker. They may feel coerced to take the drugs for their own use or even bring them home. This is what happened to an Illinois pharmacist. Her license was suspended after… Read More »