Operating a residential care facility for the elderly in San Jose and the greater Bay Area is a time consuming task requiring management of employees, residents and resources. With so many demands upon licensees many well-meaning facilities commit technical Title 22 violations. Unfortunately, some LPA’s target particular facilities for unannounced visits and mounting Type A & B citations. With mounting citations and fines some of these RCFE’s face license revocation actions by the Department and Community Care Licensing.
If you have received an Accusation giving you formal notice of a license revocation action by the Department of Social Services call license defense attorney Michael Benavides today at (916) 596-1018 for a free consultation. You have limited time to file a Notice of Defense, request discovery and engage in settlement negotiations before the formal administrative hearing that will decide the fate of your license. Give yourself and your facility strong representation by retaining an experienced RCFE attorney with a history of defending RCFE’s against the Department of Social Services.
Attorney Michael Benavides represents RCFE’s, family child care homes, and other facilities regulated by the Department of Social Services in license revocation actions. He has defended facilities ranging from 6 to over 30 beds in both Northern and Southern California.
Michael Benavides has an advanced legal education unlike many professional license defense attorneys. After graduating from law school Michael Benavides received an LLM in Law and Government with Certification in Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice and Health Law & Policy. Today Michael Benavides uses his educational background to better serve RCFE’s in license revocation proceedings.